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 of what you can bid on at 2017 Symposium Auction

 




Join us on Saturday evening, October 14, 2017 at 7:30 PM at Higher Ground Conference for a chance to bid on some beautiful works of art and woodturning tools and supplies. Open to the public at no cost.

Higher Ground Conference Center
http://www.hgcrc.org/
3820 Logan Creek Ln
West Harrison, IN  47060 

(812) 637-3777




Two therming fixtures as demonstrated by Frank Kobilsek in his rotation ‘Bottle Stoppers don’t have be round’. 
An eight position and a four position fixture are included with updated instructions and four figured maple blanks to get started. 
Buy this package so you can go home and amaze your friends how you turned square shapes on the lathe.


Frank Kobilsek

C: 815-866-5757



dennis paullus gift to symposium auction

Dennis Paullus gift to symposium auction



John Jackobs Candle Holder



John Jackobs Natural Edge Bowl



Steve Pritchard Donated piece



Steve Pritchard Unfinished Demo Piece



John Jackobs 2 piece Closed form






Arn Ward Jewelry Box




Gary Webster
Approx.  8 inches wide x 8 inches high, excluding the finial. 
Oak, glued up church pew pieces!











Mary Carol Meinken Woodworkers Quilt





Mary Carol Meinken Cloth Baskets


Hard maple salt and ebony pepper mills--about 12" tall.


Dick Mantueffel Hard maple salt and ebony pepper mills--about 12" tall.

 
OVWG Learning Center is located at Kennedy Heights Cultural Campus
6620 Montgomery Road, Kennedy Heights, OH  45213 


The entrance to our studio is on the South side of the building, by the loading dock area.

Click here for map --->     Click here for a picture of the entry door to our studio---> 

 
 
 
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