Wood turned mirrors can be a wonderful household item. They can be sized for a wall hanging, a hand mirror or a pocket-sized mirror.
They can be made from a single wood or multiple woods and can be one-piece or many pieces. Your imagination can go wild here.
|Lady's Purse Mirror |
By: Jim Harold
In this article, Jim explains how to create colorful turning blanks and how to attach them to your lathe with a glue block. Then he explains how to turn the purse mirror and apply a hard CA glue finish.
|Hand Held Mirror|
By: William Young
In this photo tutorial, William shows us how the turns but the head and the handle for this hand mirror. He uses a clever method to hold the head to the lathe for this project. It's a method that can be used for lots of different projects so it's a good one to learn.
William shows us how to make a basic mirror but then also shows us that once you know the technique, you can dress them up!
This is one project that you don't want to miss!
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