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Found 5 results

  1. This was a Double heart trivet forged for an anniversary..

    © JLPServicesinc

  2. Jim Poulmas

    Trivet Detail

    This is a detail of a trivet I made at the Center for Metal Arts in New York. I darkened it up with some bees' wax.
  3. yves

    P1020663.jpg

    Trivet. From the Hotermans Collection in the Stewart Museum of Montreal. Nº 71.1.164.6. For those interested in the reproduction of this piece, PM me and I will supply dimensions.

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  4. Hi, A couple of weeks ago I made a scroll jig, mainly for creating touching c-scrolls... apparently it can do other stuff as well :). I made this trivet as a Christmas gift and I think it came out ok. I'm not 100% happy with the chunky collars though, but I used the stock I had around... To help the assembly I tack welded the tree pieces together before adding the collars. To be totally true in regards to traditional joinery I should probably have added collars to the three touching parts in the center as well. Forging and adding collars for the first time - check. Stock used: 10mm square and 25x4mm for the collars.
  5. Here are some of my latest projects, i have been around on the forum for a couple of years now and i am slowly making my way into the world of making money off of my work. Both of these were done for a customer and she was happy so i am happy. i would have liked to do collars on the screen but they wanted it welded so it got welded. So i am looking for some feed back. The wife/ accountant say’s I am way underpricing. So a independent evaluation would be nice. I am able to figure the materials and man-hours; it’s the skill/art factor that is not being included. Also I got the Idea for the trivet off of the forum; don’t remember where but thanks for the design. Thanks in advance.
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