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    potpourri bowl Holly

    Nothin real special, just thought the spalted holly was really cool. This will be going to one of my wifes friends, that she meet on the interweb.She lives out in iowa, and they meet on "my grief space" a place to help folks with the loss of a love one.
    Steve
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    very nice steve kinda looks like marble almost..like the stepped foot on this one..
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    Thanks man! I got a lot more of this so you'll all be seeing a bunch more in the future.

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    Nice job Steve...good cause too
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    Really a good looking piece Steve and a nice gesture.
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    I think that's very pretty, Steve. I'd love something like that. It's a nice gift.
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    Very nice I does look a bit like marble.
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    Thanks all!
    Cynthia I'd be happy to make ya one if you want.

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    Very nicely done!
    That timber has some nice spalting.
    A thoughtful gesture too.

    Les
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    Cool Stephen nice looking wood, and a good cause to boot.
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