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  • Desk top music stand

    A desk top music stand using one of Steve Good's patterns, made from 45,000 year old swamp kauri and finished with lacquer. The centre scrolled portion is 3 layers of the kauri at 3mm thick and laid up like plywood. I saw this pattern on one of Sandy's cuttings and rather liked it and put it i my to do list.

    The third photo is of a Welsh Crwth (think of it as crouth in English) which is a bowed lyre that I have recently completed. They are a fairly mournful sounding instrument that virtually disappeared about 200 years ago however I built it as a nod to my family history and I very much doubt that it will be played much. I did read somewhere that there are 22 crwth players in England .... no surprises there.

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    I really like the music stand and the way you adapted the pattern. Very beautiful.
    Denny
    ArtCrafters in Dayton, TN

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      Thanks for that Denny ... I got the name right this time.

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