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26 May 1999 - 26 May 2015
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Timber & Working With Wood Show
12, 13, 14 June 2015 10:00am to 4:00pm
Hall 6, Sydney Showground,
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My liking for this shrub tree that grows about ten feet tall over a long period of years continues. The tree produces a fruit that is highly edible and the wood proves irressistable to termites that hollow out the centre making it hard to cut blanks from it.
Worth the effort.
i agree peter. Great wood and a great pen!
Yes, good looking wood and pen Peter!Amos
Good, better, best, never let it rest;
Til your good is better, and your
I like to color a lot...does it turn that way or do you have to wait a day or two for the deep color to show up, like with purpleheart?
Wonder if conkberry grows here in the states?
Another fine example of your workmanship Peter!!
Have yet to see such darkly toned Conkerberry.
nice pen i agree its a mission to get pen blanks out of have got a couple of large pieces able to get some out of just gotta get time
Top marks for that one. great job.
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Peter a well crafted pen. The streamlines do allow you to show the timber off in it's beauty, doesn't it. Have a small log of it at the moment and am seeing what usable blanks that will be able to be cut. Good to see your craftsmanship my friend.
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