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Old 12-25-2017, 01:35 PM   #31
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And you hollowed it out?
Yep. But truth be told, the hollowing part comes first. It's cutting from the outside afterwards that's the delicate part. Here's a view from directly overhead to give you an idea of how thin the wall is.

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Originally Posted by davem
Nice goblet Bubba, not exactly supersized.
Yeah, you won't be spending a lot on booze drinking from this goblet.
Tonto Goldstein….. but my friends call me Bubba
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It's wafer thin!
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