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These may be too large

2018-06-21 23:55:08.711093+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

These may be too large, but I've had this idea for cuff links for a while now...

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#Comment Re: These may be too large made: 2018-06-22 09:57:46.571128+00 by: DaveP

Had to tell the scale for sure from here, and seldom wearing long sleeves, cuff links are way down on my list, but those are sharp-looking. Should even look good as the purpleheart ages to brown.

#Comment Re: These may be too large made: 2018-06-23 16:03:09.117756+00 by: Dan Lyke

Take two, smaller, and I had an extra little snippet of ebony so I carved it into a dowel, drilled out the center, and put a ring around the brass (for scale, the ebony circule is a ¼" hole:

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