The assembly process of inlay is much like a puzzle.  After carefully sorting the delicate  holly pieces, gluing them in is an anxious pleasure.  I use old fashion hide glue which adds an element of rush to the process as it starts to set up quickly.  This mirror inlay has few pieces and goes quite quickly compared to my larger tray panels.  After every piece is in place, I use the veneer hammer to force the glue up from the bottom. 
 


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