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denis_muras

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I was excited to see an Ciccarelli build here. I would like to show my model. it is built from walnut, maple and cherry. The wheel centers were produced on a unimat style lathe with a dividing head. I was using the bees wax/mineral oil finish at the time. From the way I like to build, i had 5 at one time. 

Enjoy!! IMG_3714.jpg  IMG_3715.jpg  IMG_3716.jpg  IMG_3717.jpg

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Well done! I painted mine but I do like the natural finish, perhaps I'll do my next one in natural.
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Thanks for sharing denis-muras. On a close look we can see that your workmanship is perfect. That is one beautiful example of professional toymaking.
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Great job!  I love the contrast of the different wood species.
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