Turning Archive 2007

Subject:
cross inlay

eaglesc
>In olive wood.
I could tell by the blank there would be a "boring" side so I decided to put the inlay there.Olive wood is always nice to work with even though this was not the most figured piece I have seen or worked.
I am always amazed while turning what can be found "inside" the wood.
I shot for a central location in the "cathedral".
I hit it pretty good for a change.


here's the obverse side

The inlay is bloodwood and holly, the components is the new"gatsby" from PSI.Quite a bit less expensive than the Sierra if you don't mind the "Tn" on the clip.

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