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    POPLAR BOX BURL

    This Burl from a tree indigenous to Qld, Nthn NSW also called Bimble Box . Incredible grain.

    Kind regards Peter.
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    sure would like to see some of that in a board peter,, bet its as spectacular as it is in your pen
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    Very nice pen Peter, i like not only the wood but the detail you put into the turning. I have not seen too many pens with a nice touch of detail like yours in the upper section. Thanks for posting.
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    & ditto ^ on the detail!
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    Great looking pen and the wood is beautiful.
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    Great looking pen Peter! BTW...Welcome to the family.
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    Very nicely done, Peter. And I'll echo Darren's welcome. Glad to have you aboard.
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    Welcome Peter! Nice lookin' wood!
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    Peter,

    Welcome to Family WW. And you are sure right about the grain in that wood, it is awesome.

    Enjoy,
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    Very, very nice
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