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Sequoia Bud Vase Trio
Michael Nathal

Sequoia Bud Vase Trio

With turquoise chips inlay. Finished with Osmo Polyx. Tallest is 6 inches high.
Is the turquoise inlayed with miliputt
No. I first fill the cracks with a combination of sanding dust and coffee grounds mixed with either CA glue or epoxy, then add the turquoise chips. I much prefer the contrast between turquoise on a black/dark brown background compared to a wood colored background. Black CA glue can also be used
 

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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. E-510
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