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    That's very special Steve.

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    I love natural edge, and this is exceptional, well done Steve
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    Wow, fantastic, Brilliant

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeyefxr View Post
    Very elegant indeed, that stem is so fine and delicate. Love the natural edge as well. You must have the patience of a saint. Also think you have out done Mike Waldt as well lol.
    Thanks Ken! It did truly test my patience and ability to take very light cuts!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Dart View Post
    That's very special Steve.
    Thanks Phil!


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    A great goblet and like the offset foot how did you hold the goblet part to do the stem, I use a tennis ball which is great and leaves no marks. I find oil best for finishing natural edged work does not leave any white residual
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalboy View Post
    A great goblet and like the offset foot how did you hold the goblet part to do the stem, I use a tennis ball which is great and leaves no marks. I find oil best for finishing natural edged work does not leave any white residual
    Thanks Derek!

    I just put crumpled up kitchen paper loosely in the bowl of the goblet and moved the live centre into it, until it started spinning - so absolutely minimal pressure from the tail stock and stopped the whole thing from whipping about!


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