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  1. Caspian Tea

    Our first post on SMC, l recognize many names here, so for the people that are not familiar with our work l turn and my wife Cynthia enhances the pieces with her Pyrography work.
    This teapot named Caspian Tea is made from Pear and is approx. 8” x 8”

    Comments and critiques are more than welcome. Michael.

    Caspian Tea.jpg

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    Another wonderful teapot from you and Cynthia. Very nice.

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    Wonderful piece from the Gibsons. Fabulous
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    I would L-O-V-E to develop the skill to do that quality of pyrography. While I haven't yet attempted a teapot, I *think* my skills are up to it, though maybe not at your level. That is a fabulous piece and very inspiring. Its also nice to see a husband/wife team combine their skills so well.
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    Wow! Cynthia really turned it up on this one! Turning isn't to bad either Mike
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    Wow! The bar has been raised!!
    Beautiful work!

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    Michael & Cynthia - Welcome to the Creek! You already know I am a big fan of your work but for all those folks not familiar, please check out their website: Beautiful Teapots

    Welcome!!
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    Another fantastic piece. You both do such fine work. Nice to see you on the creek.

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    Mike, Cynthia your collaborations are getting so beautiful that it's hard to believe they're wood. This one is just spectacular.

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    Mike welcome to the Creek. Beautiful piece.
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  12. The superlative, AWESOME, just comes up short! Nice to have you at the "creek" Mike and Cynthia.......your work is stunning....thanks for sharing it with us!
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    Just fantastic. Teapot form is perfect and the pyro is just over the top! Really like the new motif, Cynthia!

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    Glad you found us Michael and Cynthia. Welcome to the creek!!

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    Welcome Michael and Cynthia.

    Super work.

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