Steel string marquetry rosette
Marquetry rosettes are not a full circle - the gap is intended to be placed beneath the fingerboard. This has the added benefit of allowing some leeway in fitting the rosette after you rout the channel.
If you would like to have a rosette inlaid into a top, start by ordering the top and the rosette inlay customization will be offered to you there. If you order an inlaid rosette the drawing shows how we will inlay it. If you order a loose rosette the drawing is a suggestion of how you may wish to inlay this rosette.
Always wait for your rosette to arrive before routing the rosette channel!
Rosettes tend to warp easily, but don’t let this concern you. Applying a small amount of heat (a blow dryer) and adding a weight should flatten them right out if this causes you any concern.
Video: The LMI Plunge Base Circle Cutter.
Video: Inlaying a Rosette.
- Wood Species
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- No Restrictions
- Steel String
- .6" or 15.2mm