From the Song of the Ancient, here is a small turned and carved vessel in black walnut and osage orange. The idea isn’t fully formed or unified, but it is advancing. As the yellow osage wood ages it will turn a deep red-orange, nearly as dark as the walnut.
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Jack, I love this! Do you have a plate that could go with this? This would make an amazing communion set. . . I’m interested. . .
Thank you very much, Robbie. I will certainly consider a plate of some kind in conjunction with the cup. We’ll talk.
Thank you, “inspiring” is a valuable word.
It looks like an ancient form from a time long past. I love that ram’s horn shape on the side of it.
I am glad you like the ram’s horn, Mikey. That is one of the most important parts of the piece.
Wow! Impressive and beautifull as well! Regards, Jack. 🙂
Ainsi le Saint Graal était chez vous! ?
Indiana lost it!