Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Do you Date your work?

Jennifer@Indy.USA
>I've always dated my turnings, for the main reason of just letting myself know when I made it, however over the past 9 months or so, I've started to not date them. It dawned on me that perhaps someone might wonder why nobody has bought this or that bowl that is dated 2002 or 2003 yet?....they might think "must be something wrong with it"? What are your thoughts? I mean lets just that I become some wildly famous woodturner known in every far corner of the globe....and in 2070 a turning of mine turns up with the date of 2003 Dremel engraved into the bottom of it...it might actually be worth something?

(that was suppose to funny)

Just wondering if you do or don't?

Thanks,

Jennifer

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