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    Some bits of Oak & Walnut

    Well a dab or two of glue in the mix to hold it all together with a smidgin of wax added to to kid the eyes that the joins are reasonable.

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    140 mm High X 90 mm dia.
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    once again chas, very smooth....
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    Beautiful Chas.
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    That is so nice. Must be fun to make.
    Dennis

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    Chas,

    You just, plain ole, have a "good eye" and do good work. I'm jealous.

    Enjoy,

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    That looks very nice, Chas.
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    Nice piece Chas!
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    Lovely work Chas.

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    I like it too.
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