A Chalice with a captive ring, made from an uninteresting (non branch) piece of monkey puzzle tree. Finished in black intrinsic with a little white and silver embellishing wax. (Approx 5″ across)
November 2020 archive
3 1/2 inch 7 in height. Texturing and two captured rings. Shellac spray on finish.
Made from a 6 by 4 inch piece of sycamore . I gave it a heavy base as it is a chalice not a goblet.
A simple goblet. Sorry Chalice in sycamore with a bit of natural edge. Finished with YG and HS high gloss.
Approx 3 1/2 in dia/ 7 inch height. Use of texturing tools and beading incorporated. Shellac spray on finish. Dave John
a piece of eucaliptus finished with HS gloss wax ..might try a wider and lower one next time ?
11.5″ in diameter. Don’t remember what type of wood. Top colored with HS Intrinsic colors and a light touch of Gold Embellishing wax on the center textured area. Bowl and bottom finished with HS Gloss wax.
A small (75mm high, 75mm diameter) chalice in some rather nice olive wood. It feels really nice, too, so. bit touchy feely!
As a newby not sure if this meets the challenge, perhaps I should set my sights higher.
This is the base of my gold leaf bowl.. At least spell checker didnt change the work this time …gggrrrrr
Not sure what touchy feely was but I made this bowl with feeling for someone but also inlaid brass on outer and gold leave and iridescent paint finish in bowl. So different feel as well.
Wasn’t sure of the difference between a goblet and a chalice so I hope this qualifies for this month’s challenge.
A piece of apple with Intrinsic colors and HS wax. From a dry trimming, some bark remained after turning to make some ‘buttons’. Even though it was dry, it was still branch wood and, after several days passed, did warp to add to the charm