Tim Rinehart

Buckeye Burl HF

7" tall and 4" diam, finished with a couple coats of antique oil and then buffed out.

Buckeye Burl HF
Tim Rinehart, Jun 14, 2012
    • Ronald Campbell
      Great job Tim. What is the wood.
    • Peter Gray
      the sort of timber you dream about, beautiful job Tim
      Pete
    • Tony Pridmore
      Beautiful piece of work, Tim. Very pleasing form and the burl is spectacular.
    • gary rock
      Tim-

      Outstanding piece and workman ship. Again can't decide which view I like best.

      Gary
    • Tim Rinehart
      Ronald/Peter/Tony/Gary...thanks! I will admit, I like the backside with the added sections in blond color contrasting the silvery green...but the splay of burl on the pic without the void...yea, I do like that too.
    • Woodscaper
      Outstanding job Tim, great form. You did the old Buckeye burl justice.
    • Tim Rinehart
      Thank you John. If I could only pick 2 woods to have (how boring to only have 1), it would be buckeye burl and box elder burl. You really got me hooked on that box elder burl with the piece I got from you a few years ago... thanks...I think!
    • gary rock
      Tim-

      Congratulations on the "Turing of the Week."

      Gary
    • KurtB
      Buckeye burl is wonderful wood for turning, and you have done this piece proud!

      Turning of the Week, 06/18/12
      AAW Home Page Photo
    • Tim Rinehart
      Kurt, Thank you for the honor of Turning of the Week...most sincerely appreciated!
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