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    I turn a lot of goblets, this one was based on a medieval style with wooden cabochons (yes I made them as well LOL) It was bought by a vicar as a communion cup for the Easter services as he liked the fact that it was wood and medieval in style. Wants a plate to match for the wafers.


    I turn these in green oak and leave to warp, split etc. Usually don't get much in the way of split though some do take on rather unique shapes across the top at times lol

    Pete
    "Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art" ... Leonardo Da Vinci
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    Lucious - handturned wood and medieval style can't be beaten.
    As for hand made wooden cabochons - you's a clever clogs!!!!! )

    Linda

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    • #3
      It really looks lovely. What a lucky congregation that vicar is going to have!
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      • #4
        Holy wafers goblet man, nice...hegus
        Originally posted by bodrighy View Post
        I turn a lot of goblets, this one was based on a medieval style with wooden cabochons (yes I made them as well LOL) It was bought by a vicar as a communion cup for the Easter services as he liked the fact that it was wood and medieval in style. Wants a plate to match for the wafers.
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        I turn these in green oak and leave to warp, split etc. Usually don't get much in the way of split though some do take on rather unique shapes across the top at times lol

        Pete

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