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Medium High Bright Lazy Susan

Medium High Bright Lazy Susan

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  • Vintage handmade item
  • Material: Wood
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This is my “Medium High Bright” lazy susan. The measurements are 15 1/2” across (17” tip to tip) and is 2” high. This lazy susan has 8 kinds of wood, all the natural colors. There are 464 pieces in the overlay, 136 diamonds and 328 triangles. The “Exotic” wood on this lazy susan makes it have the same price as one of my large lazy susans. The type of wood used is listed on the bottom from the center out. On this lazy susan, starting from the center is “Pink Ivory” from South Africa, “Ebony” from West Africa, “Tulipwood” from Brazil, “Purpleheart” from Central or South America, “Satinwood” from Brazil, “Honduras Rosewood” from Honduras, “Canary wood” from South America, then “Walnut” from Missouri.

The pattern is based on the “Lone Star” quilt pattern. The design extends over the edge to within ¼” of the table top it sits on. The stationary base is hidden on the inside, behind the edge.

This is “Medium High Bright Lazy Susan” #116. It was made in 1998. On the bottom I signed it, listed the wood, and dated it. After the date the words “Foot Cut” let you know I made it on my foot powered table saw.

The steel ball bearings are quiet and smooth working. The lazy susan will rotate at the touch of a finger.

To see 63 pictures with descriptions on how the Lazy Susans are made, copy and paste the following link to a set on my Flickr site, and click on the pictures,
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8809133@N05/sets/72157602772597234/
Or on my SmugMug site (which I find easier to see than the new Flickr site) see here; http://wood-mosaics.smugmug.com/HowIMakeThings/Making-a-Lazy-Susan#!/


Go to my ”Shop Polices” and “Profile” page to see my return policy and other information. To see other lazy susans I’ve made, click on “Lazy Susans” or whatever gets your interest under “Sections in this shop”. The “Home” page itself can be rather confusing with everything mixed up. The “Sections in this shop” lets me show you all like items together as a unit.

Payment can be made using Pay Pal for immediate shipment, money order or check. Checks will have to clear before shipment is made.
This is my “Medium High Bright” lazy susan. The measurements are 15 1/2” across (17” tip to tip) and is 2” high. This lazy susan has 8 kinds of wood, all the natural colors. There are 464 pieces in the overlay, 136 diamonds and 328 triangles. The “Exotic” wood on this lazy susan makes it have the same price as one of my large lazy susans. The type of wood used is listed on the bottom from the center out. On this lazy susan, starting from the center is “Pink Ivory” from South Africa, “Ebony” from West Africa, “Tulipwood” from Brazil, “Purpleheart” from Central or South America, “Satinwood” from Brazil, “Honduras Rosewood” from Honduras, “Canary wood” from South America, then “Walnut” from Missouri.

The pattern is based on the “Lone Star” quilt pattern. The design extends over the edge to within ¼” of the table top it sits on. The stationary base is hidden on the inside, behind the edge.

This is “Medium High Bright Lazy Susan” #116. It was made in 1998. On the bottom I signed it, listed the wood, and dated it. After the date the words “Foot Cut” let you know I made it on my foot powered table saw.

The steel ball bearings are quiet and smooth working. The lazy susan will rotate at the touch of a finger.

To see 63 pictures with descriptions on how the Lazy Susans are made, copy and paste the following link to a set on my Flickr site, and click on the pictures,
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8809133@N05/sets/72157602772597234/
Or on my SmugMug site (which I find easier to see than the new Flickr site) see here; http://wood-mosaics.smugmug.com/HowIMakeThings/Making-a-Lazy-Susan#!/


Go to my ”Shop Polices” and “Profile” page to see my return policy and other information. To see other lazy susans I’ve made, click on “Lazy Susans” or whatever gets your interest under “Sections in this shop”. The “Home” page itself can be rather confusing with everything mixed up. The “Sections in this shop” lets me show you all like items together as a unit.

Payment can be made using Pay Pal for immediate shipment, money order or check. Checks will have to clear before shipment is made.

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If you don’t like it, you have 7 days to send it back undamaged, for your money back. You pay the shipping both ways.

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Why are some of these things so old?

I did shows for 16 years, then had to stay closer to home as both my and my wife’s folks were living with us and needed more care. I made a lot of my things at shows and would finish them up at home. This way I built up quite an inventory of goods I would pack away in boxes. These are not like cars that wear out with age. They just set in a box and stay new. If when you get it, it is not what you want I have a very good return policy above.

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