My weekend project. Polish pottery display.

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  • My weekend project. Polish pottery display.

    Well, the wife is into Polish Pottery and wanted a way to display it. I came up with this thinker ma Bob from a simple drawing and a lot of imagination. Best part about it is I’m into it for about $100,as I had a bunch of wood leftover from another project that I didn’t pay for material. Click image for larger version

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    Polish microwave/toaster oven from Warsaw?
    Loring in Katy, TX USA
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    • Dedpedal
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      Lmao! It’s probably from China but the Polish stuff goes in it.

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    And I have to add that my little well worn BT 3000 plodded through like a champ.

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      Yup looks like the polski toaster oven!

      Seriously though very nice work and if anyone hasn't tried one of those I like using the toaster oven during the warmer months because it keeps from heating the whole house up like the regular oven does.
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      • Dedpedal
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        Being in mid Florida,that’s a given on not heating the house. It was 81 today.

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      Dedpedal same here in TX. It was not quite that warm today but is heading that way in the next week. I used mine today to heat up some egg rolls for breakfast. I have found widower food is a wierd thing...
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      • Dedpedal
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        I’d be 500 pounds if I was left to my own devices on choosing my food.

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      Dedpedal,

      Nice job, it looks like it will display the pieces quite well.

      My wife is Polish-Italian (or should I say Italian-Polish?). Both her grandparents came over from the old country back in the 20's, her maternal from Poland and her paternal from Italy. Most of their belongings like old dishes, cookware, etc. went to the various aunts, so by the time my wife grew up there wasn't much from the Polish side to pass down. I have seen some beautiful stuff though over the years. Here in Binghamton, NY we had a huge population of European immigrants, Polish, Italian, and more Slavik countries than I can remember, a lot of Germans, Irish, and English too!

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      • Dedpedal
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        Thanks! One of these days I will learn the rules of woodworking instead of just winging it. The only parameters I had were width/height/depth. The rest just kind of evolved.
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