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Old 05-28-2015   #1
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I had the pleasure of shooting a cremation urn made by my friend Leon Lacoursiere of Dalmas, SK.

The wood is figured cherry. Leon turned the cylinder, hand and power carved the details, threaded the lid and made a wax casting of the dove and it's base.







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Good photos of a marvelous urn!
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Very nice work by both of you Don.


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