The Birth Of A Kuksa

Ale Hen Kuksa

Found enough time somehow to make a Kuksa, its crucial to remove the central area as soon as possible and not to let it dry out to quickly hope you enjoy this selection of pictures.

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Terry 🙂

4 thoughts on “The Birth Of A Kuksa

  1. Hi, what is the very nice axe that appears on this picture ?

    PS : I already “liked” the bird spoon a couple of times on FB, no pb to say it again : it is a very good one 🙂

    1. Hi Pierre, Thankyou the axe is made by Nic Westermann a uk artisan blacksmith. Type his name in Google for his website.
      Regards Terry

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