The Dijon goblet



This is a very decorative six sided goblet. I have restored a very old French pattern to obtain this. I have changed the mounting method to make it very easy. Assembling the goblet is now remarkably simple: the sides of the goblet encase with precision in the floor slots in the precise angle they need. Once the six sides are encased they are glued and all the slots are covered with a piece of wood.   

This goblet can be made in any desired size scaling the pattern and using the corresponding wood thickness. This table gives some examples of measures of the goblet:

  Goblet height Goblet diameter
1/4 in. wood  9,2 in.  13 in.
6 mm. wood  22,1 cm.  31,2 cm
1/8 in. wood  4,6 in.  6,5 in.
3 mm. wood  11 cm.  15,6 cm.
8 mm. wood  29,5 cm.  41,6 cm.

 Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 8 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

These pictures have been kindly sent by Dave Willenbring from the USA: ¨Made of Padauk, finished with Bartley's clear satin gel varnish. Your pattern made it a sure thing. All I had to do was follow the lines.  ¨

These pictures have been kindly sent by Gottfried Sedlemeier from Germany.

This picture has been kindly sent by Ester Arditi from Israel: ¨we have the pleasure to inform you that we prepared your pattern Dijon goblet and plate holder table center (pictures attached). The patterns are very clear, all the details that you put like degrees very much helped us and the projects are charming. ¨

 This picture has been kindly sent by Loic Penaud from France.
This picture has been sent by Hiltrud de Homont-Dietrich from Germany.  This picture has been sent by Bruno Carceller from Cantavieja, Teruel, Spain.
This picture has kindly been sent by Santiago Fernández from Burgos, Spain.
This picture has kindly been sent by Joseph Scicluna from Malta.

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