A Textured Cherry Vessel I

A Textured Cherry Vessel I
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Here’s a textured Cherry vessel, the first of three, that we turned recently. It is 7 inches tall and approximately 5 1/2 inches in diameter at its widest point.

It has been textured with a ‘swirl’ burn and also colored a bit with stain. Then it was finished with tung oil and buffed to a warm glow.

Here are a couple of more photos:

A Textured Cherry Vessel I
A Textured Cherry Vessel I

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3 Responses to “A Textured Cherry Vessel I”

  1. Very nice. How did you do the swirl pattern?

  2. Hi Ted,

    Love the branding. Graeme Priddle showed us his approach at the symposium. I like what it does to your piece. Looks like you have a handle on it for sure. Pretty sure I’m going to add that to my box if tricks.

  3. Woodworker's Guide October 10, 2010 at 5:31 am

    Thanks, guys!

    Dan, it’s done with pyrography using a brand that was made into a swirl.

    Ed, yep, it opens up a lot of texturing opportunities. Try it, you`ll like it.

    All the branding that I have been doing lately has been done with a unit I`m calling the `Priddle Vaporizer 1000`, based on Graeme Priddle`s design. I`ll have a post regarding coming up soon.

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