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nev

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its from the 'offcuts from the joinery' pile, and i have absolutely no idea what it is :oops:
any suggestions?
(no comments on the zombie garden pp lid thanks :shock: )
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close up and two others, these from the salvaged 'building' wood pile, as in, i suspect they are commonly available harwoods.
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Dieseldog":1vpmc3fq said:
just been looking at your Not a Blog and you sure do like your PP pots
Nice work

Cheers. The mrs keeps coming home from work with requests for another. and another. and another. :shock: but its great practice for the bowl gouge and its mostly from odd scraps of 4x2 or 6x2 recovered from somewhere.
 

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