More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration
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Here are a couple more views of the first of the JR line of planes. In the first pic you can see the "B & K" (Brese and Kennedy) logo on the lever cap. In the second pic you can see the "JR" initials. Those are the initials of the gentlemen who brainstormed this idea and gave us free reign to express ourselves.

Ron





"which plane should I use for this task?......the sharp one"

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#12
  Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Ron Brese (Here are a couple mo...)
Gorgeous work guys. Keep 'em coming.

Doug
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#13
  Re: Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Shop Dad (Gorgeous work guys. ...)
As said in my post the planes are simply gorgeous, but I do have a bit of criticism: personally, I'm not a fan of initials. Instead of B/K, I would do a tiny Brese & Kennedy. For the purchaser, well, they're paying and you do what they want.

Other than that, the plane is one of the nicest I've ever seen, period.
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  Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Ron Brese (Here are a couple mo...)
JR are my initials.......who should I send my address to for shipping?
Beautiful work.
Jim
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  Re: Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Boatman53 (JR are my initials.....)
Heck, I'd change my name if it meant I could get my hands on one of those.



Absolutely beautiful workmanship.
If you are going down a river at 2 mph and your canoe loses a wheel, how much pancake mix would you need to shingle your roof?

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  Re: Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Bill Wilson (Heck, I'd change my ...)
Just absolutely stunning. Nothing more I can say.
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  Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Ron Brese (Here are a couple mo...)
I sort of expect engraved shavings to come out if a tool like that! Plain old thin ones would be a disappointment.
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  Re: Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Mark A Smith (I sort of expect eng...)
So I was thinking of how I could make engraved shavings with this plane and it occurred to me that I could send a board to Catherine to engrave and then take shavings from that board.....that actually might work.

"which plane should I use for this task?......the sharp one"

http://www.breseplane.blogspot.com/
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  Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Ron Brese (Here are a couple mo...)
I would like to have one of those, not as the object d'art that it is but because to use it would announce that I had enough wealth to use something like this. T'aint gonna happen so I will just appreciate the beauty conveyed by the pics.
Thanks,  Curt
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#20
  Re: Re: More of the Brese/Kennedy collaboration by Ron Brese (So I was thinking of...)
Ron Brese said:


So I was thinking of how I could make engraved shavings with this plane and it occurred to me that I could send a board to Catherine to engrave and then take shavings from that board.....that actually might work.






Indeed it would. But then you'd be planning a board Catherine engraved. You think you could do that? I don't think I could.

Oh well. The owner may use it and then decide it is better to look at than use because the shavings detract from the plane.
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