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    Walnut Name Ornaments

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ID:	62677 Made these out of 1/4" WAlnut and soaked them in lemon oil and afterwards applyed several coats of lacquer . I got these patterns last year too late in the season to make , but this year I finally got them cut and finished .........any comments are welcome ..........Mb
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