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    Peppermill Order

    Well here are a few of the 20 mills I did this last week or so. They are 8" and finished with Deft rattle can lacquer. There is ambrosia maple, 2 cherry, 1 cedar, and 2 walnut. Glad they are done and can now start on my next order that was place Monday by the Buffalo Bill Cultural Center.
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    Nice mills I like #2 best
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Caughron View Post
    Nice mills I like #2 best
    Me too. Beautiful! And the 4th one from the left is right there with it
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    Thanks. the second one is ambrosia maple. It had some stunning color.
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    nice looking mills bernie, another vote for the second one
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    Yep i have to agree that ambrosia maple is just it IMO. Great job on all.

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    20? You're a machine, Bernie. Great-looking collection of mills.
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    nice shapes. that beetle did well on that maple wood. great mills

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    Is that the kit with the salt shaker on top and pepper grinder on bottom? If so, just finished a couple of those and really like them. Didn't know how to price them, mind sharing the ball park price on them?
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