Keeping in touch, November 15, 2020

November 15, 2020

It looks like Richard Pratchler has been busy in his shop again. Here is his latest submission.


Here is another project I completed.  It came from Box Elder with several branches, burls, and a bit of rot.  I dug out some of the loose bark and filled the voids with coloured epoxy.  It is 9 inches tall and 9 inches in diameter and finished with Tung oil. 

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