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    Mekong Tulipwood

    Sanded to 400x, buffed with extra fine steel wool, burnished with turned shavings, and applied 8 coats of MINWAX WBOM Clear Gloss Polyurethane using my "Dipping Method".
    Hybrid Cigar Double Twist with Black Titanium/Platinum components.

    Les




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    Great job as usual Les, I'd like to find some of this wood here to build a furniture piece.
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Beautiful work, Les! The wood is fantastic as is your talent!!!
    Bill Arnold
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    Beautiful pen made from gorgeous wood. This one is darker than the tulipwood I've turned.
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