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    Gloat-Maple Platter

    15" Hard Maple Platter turned Sat.Woodburned withEagle head and feathers.Finished this morning.Let me know what you think.Norbert Ploetz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norbert Ploetz View Post
    15" Finished this morning.Let me know what you think.Norbert Ploetz
    I think it's beautiful. Feathers look almost real.

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    Exceptional work, Norbert!! Very well done.

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    You took a plain piece of maple...a lot of maple is...and set above the mark. You really have some great pyro skills Norbert!
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    Very artsy . . . NICE JOB!!
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    That is a beautiful platter and burning.
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    Wow! I really like it! I Have trouble on the curve at the side but you did an exceptional job . . .
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    I think this equates nicely to wood turning as well . . . . .

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    stunning!!

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    Beautiful design and burning Norbert!

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    I admire your patience! Beautiful piece!

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    That's impressive work Norbert! Very clean!! Thanks for sharing!
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    That is fantastic! Love that work!

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    Love it...wonderful work Norbert!
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    Turned on Saturday, finished on Monday? I'd still be working on the platter on Wednesday. You do fast work. Great work, and fast.
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    Super job!!!
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