Walnut and Pewter Plates - Woodworking Project by Dandy
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Walnut and Pewter Plates

I wanted to try mixed media. I turned walnut plates and cut a grove approx. 3/16" deep. I undercut the groove (dovetail style) to hold the molten pewter. After the pewter cooled, I turned it flush with a carbide turning tool

Nice job. I lik r mixing materials, textures, and color

-- RFloydWright

These are diffrent, I like them. How well do you think the two materials will stay together over time. It must have been difficuly to get the sizes exact to fit together. Nicely done!

-- CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

Wow, I like this idea and great job they look beautiful!!

These look great but doesn’t pewter have lead in it?

-- woodworking classes, custom furniture maker

Modern pewter is a tin based alloy…no lead.