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    Salad bowl with fork & spoon

    I made this today, it is for a relative who is getting married soon. The bowl is 14 inches diameter, all are from Elm. I put some Walnut oil on it, will probably add some bees-wax in a few days.
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    Good lookin' bowl Dennis. I'm sure their gonna love it.

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    That's a great set, Dennis. Beautiful-looking elm, too. Was it hard, like the local Siberian elmcrete I've turned?
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    Wow Dennis! That is beautiful! They better love it
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    Dennis that's one beautiful bowl.great job and i'm sure it will be well recived.

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    Sayyyy ... that's NICE!

    Why is it that newlyweds get all the best stuff?

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    What a great wedding gift. One which will be savored and used for many years....

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    That is a great looking set.
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    Very nice Dennis
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    That's a real pretty set Dennis. I'm sure they will cherish the gift.
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