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Napkin Rings and Stand These napkin rings and stand make an attractive table piece.They also fit nicely together for easy storage when not in use.Depending on the look you want, you can do the entire set out of one type of wood, or use two contrasting woods.
I chose to use walnut for the rings and stem, and boxwood (from France) for the stem's cap.This is a relatively easy project requiring mostly spindle work, with some faceplate work for the base.The set is comprised of a turned base and three turned cylinders.
One cylinder is used for the stem.The other two are divided to form the four rings.The rings are done two at a time to reduce overhang.If four rings were turned from one piece of wood, there would be too great a distance without support when the tailstock is removed.
Mount between centres and rough down cylinder Skew leads with heel and travels toward headstock Turn the three cylinders starting with wood 2" square by 6" long.The extra material gives you enough to turn a spigot on one end to grab the piece.
Mount between centres and rough down the cylinders with an 11/4" roughing out gouge.Then square the...