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    French Rolling Pen

    Here is a French Rolling pen base upon my son's specific instructions (He's the chef in the family). He said he'll want to make his own later.

    This is made out Curly Cherry. It is 1 3/4" in the middle thick and is 16" long.


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    Beautiful. We are on a roll....

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    That is really nice, I'll have to see if I can make some of these for Christmas presents.

    Cheers!
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    Nice looking rolling pin Jon. Does this now mean an assortment of cakes for the family as he tries it out
    "Every day's a school day"

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    Great looking piece Jon. Really nice wood.
    Bernie W.

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    That is one sweet piece of wood. Pie just has to taste better after being rolled with it.

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    That's a very nice rolling pin, Jon. Very pretty wood, and the shape looks great, too.
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