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    Default Burl Table

    Bought a Spruce burl from a forum member a few days ago and have been thinking about what to do with it. What do you think about these ideas.
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    This is my favorite so far.

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    I like number two, the Inner Burl being the artwork in itself,
    always cool to look at,

    but number three is pretty fine also
    Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !

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    #2 looks great.
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    Hey Stid there is a really nice big burl from my property in fairbanks just sitting there maybe you can use it>?

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    I made this table with a spruce burl we found on our property. It was a fun project.DSC01286.jpg

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    Sweet table!!!!
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    Cabin,

    That's beautiful!!! Nice job!!
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    Nice table. I like the 'legs' made from the burl. It has lots of character.

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    I think that are all great but the plain look of #2 I think is the best

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    Cabin that is one sweet table! Really like the caribou silhouette. Didn't catch the bear outline until I looked at it a 2nd time.

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    Cabinfields that is a great looking table! What did you use for the caribou?

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    Smile Burl table

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    cabinfields that is a great looking table! What did you use for the caribou?
    it's simply 1/4 inch carbon steel thats been polished. I had access to a computerized plasma cutter to cut out the design. It is actually the logo for "fair chase hunting".

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    plasma cutter or not,

    that's pure artwork there cabinfields,....... Really Looks Nice
    Ten Hours in that little raft off the AK peninsula, blowin' NW 60, in November.... "the Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue," and Yes, God is Good !

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    cabinfields I am an idiot I did not notice the bear head outline inside the caribou thats amazing! Will the steel keep that high level of polish or will it tarnish over time?

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    Smile Table

    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    cabinfields i am an idiot i did not notice the bear head outline inside the caribou thats amazing! Will the steel keep that high level of polish or will it tarnish over time?
    I rub it down periodically with polish.

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    cabinfields: That is awesome!!!

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