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    Default Gorst Du Plessis

    picked this up on another site,liked what I saw.

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    A bit Gothic.

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    Hughie. I agree. Very nice pieces there.

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    Default Re: Gorst Du Plessis

    Gorst does nice work. I have one of his pieces that I bought a number of years ago. A very knowledgeable and down to earth guy.

    Pete

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    Hughie I look forward to your first piece and the WiP

    He does some fantastic work has his own site will see if I can locate it in my list.

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    Default Ebony is a favoured wood

    A bit Gothic
    ....perhaps, most of these guys would not be up on Gothic. Ebony is one of the favourites due to its ease of machining and finish that can be achieved.

    Ray, WIP nah! I'll leave all that to you. spirals etc maybe.

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