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    a simple belt buckle i did using three types of wood, the middle one is brazilian cherry, know localy as 'guapinol' the sides are honduran rosewood. the clear one is 'huesito'. finished with a generic sealer and then two coats of spray can polyurethane.
    i know you may not get the names but till i find a way to compare the types of wood that you have there i think the local names will do for now.

    have a nice night..

    N.


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    Awesome belt buckle!

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    • #3
      Nice work nayo.
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      • #4
        Beautiful! Where do you get the hardware? How do you attach the hardware to the wood?
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          • #6
            thanks!

            here they sell this normal buckles(that one had some rhinestones attached to it but i sand them of) in a hardware store that sell leather(the whole cow hide) but they don't sell the blanks, sadly. anyway i use clear epoxy to joint the buckle to the wood and that seems to work fine, this is the firts one i make, if that is not enough, i will drill holes in the metal and use small screw to secure it a little more.
            but so far is working the way its done.

            now i will try to put inlays on the new ones.


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