More cheese slicer boards

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Not much in the way of fine wood working, but with the gallery space a little slim, built 14 more cheese slicers. 

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great gifts. i love that walnut one ! your gallery space is beautiful dan. it just shows off you work in style and says , quality !

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

Really nice work!

Ryan/// ~sigh~ I blew up another bowl. Moke told me "I made the inside bigger than the outside".

Also a big fan of your display space, some nice works for show there!

That 90 degree DP fixture is fantastic!
Nice work!  Great display.
Pottz, appreciate your comments. the space is in an art gallery that sells some gifts, so presentation means something. 
Ryan, Splint and Scrappile, thanks for looking and for your kind comments.

Splint, the fixture is one I made for the router table, but probably use more on the drill press
Great selection of cutters, I really like the natural sliced wood one. I make these now and then and find them fun to make. Great job !!!
What size are you using Dan? Looks like you have a pile of them. Are you gifting them, or selling?
Also like you avatar.  We have a standard poodle. I would have never thought they could be such a fun, loving, intelligent and DIVA dog.  I wish we would have starting having them when we were younger. This is our last.  We have the Poodle and a Lab.  The Poodle could have hunted circles around the lab.  She is always nose to the ground hunting.  The lab only hunts for a ball, scare to death of a gun and has no interest in birds.  
Thanks all. 
George, they are 5.5” x 7” x 5/8”. We sell them @ $50+ depending on wood type. In our gallery space. People like that they fit in a kitchen draw. 

We have  two standard poodles . The female is a scaredy cat but is a fantastic hunter of grubs in our back yard and thinks she’s a lap dog. The male is just cool 😎 . Both very intelligent