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Name: Badik on Monday, May 22, 2006
Email: kjsjj@aol.com
Country: United States
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Thanks. Great great site. Very well designed! Your site is very interesting and useful. Thank you again and again!

Name: Peter Graller on Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Email: peter@graller.at
Country: Austria
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I am realy impressed of your minature turnings. I just started with Tagua nuts, but I would like do try some other nuts. Where do you buy them ?

Name: Diane Klein on Saturday, April 08, 2006
Email: dzinrinfl@aol.com
Country: United States
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Absolutely beautiful turnings. I got your web site from Rob Tukham, RJT turnings. I am a new turner and am interested in buying some of your Palm Nuts. Bismarck, Betel, Medicine, American Oil, Jessenia and maybe Blackwood. I am not going to make large scale turnings, . just miniatures for myself. . . so I don't need or want large quantities. . . I'm a beginner, so I'll probably ruin most of them.. How do you sell the nuts/

Name: awq on Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Email: aza@yahoo.com
Country: Hungary
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interest site

Name: Luc Boeye on Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Email: boeye.willems@skynet.be
Country: Belgium
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Well done

Name: Heber Reynoso on Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Email: heberr@etelligenthost.com
Country: United States
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Great Site, Awesome Product. Need help with catalog system.

Name: Brian Combs on Tuesday, January 17, 2006
Email: bcombs@harbornet.com
Country: usa
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very nice site had problems with mozilla on the store page

Name: don diehl on Friday, September 30, 2005
Email: ddiehl1@verizon.net
Country: usa
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I carve mostly tagua but have a few ivory nuts someone found in hilo at the arboretum the tree has since died. I have one growing and wondered if you know how long it takes to fruit?

Name: BINOJ on Thursday, August 25, 2005
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Name: Daniel Leijten on Sunday, July 17, 2005
Email: hen9@iwebmail.com
Country: USA
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Fantastic work definitley have a talent and make sure you make full use of it


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