USMC Logo

I made this for my son-in-law today. It’s not quite 6" in diameter; mahogany, walnut, and maple plywoods, with maple hardwood for the inlaid text.

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Outstanding!

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Very nice… Quite a mix of woods!

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Too bad we all dont live close enough to get some “hands on” tutorials! I’m such a visual learner… Particularly love the wrapped letters & INLAYS! Thanks again for posting!

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Wow, what gorgeous inlay! He will be delighted!

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Looks great

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This is beautiful!

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Wow!!

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Outstanding! :us:
Semper Fi
Thank you for your son-in-law’s service to our country.

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That’s Beautiful! Love the inlays!

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Masterpiece!

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Love the rope!

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Nice work

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Came out epic. Grain, texture, the entire operation.
When a dozen of his friends ask for a duplicate, it will be decision time.

Not making light of it. When things come out that great there will always be a demand.

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My goodness. That just jumped off the page for me and I gulped! It’s a beauty.

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The only thing that would make this more amazing is if it was a USN logo…lol.

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Wow… You have done it again. Another beautiful military emblem. I am very impressed. :blush:

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What a beautiful piece!! It is just stunning with the mix of materials.

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I hope the stand goes with it; it looks like a complete package.

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Actually that was a temporary while I was making him one just like it, except out of the same walnut as in the logo. It looked even better with that one, but I didn’t get a chance to take a photo before he swooped it up. :slight_smile:

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