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Name: Raymond Weaver on Tuesday, January 19, 1999
Email: rmw@tesco.net
Country: England
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I like looking at other peoples work to get ideas for future work as i have only been turning for a few years, and can you tell me how you do the scrolls on the outside of your bowls and what finishing polishes you use. Best regards Raymond.

Name: Bear on Sunday, January 17, 1999
Email: burlwood@oklahoma.net
Country:
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I really liked the pictures of the ivorynut turnings, especially the betelnut. I have been looking for a nut with the same pattern refered to as Zachiasnut. I think they must be the samething. One word of criticism, The size of each piece would be nice,

Name: matthew on Saturday, January 16, 1999
Email: ginsue@athens.net
Country:
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hi gene, got your name from a couple people who said you are the palm nut man ! miles gilmer and ed ress.... gene how about a peasowua nut? i think it is from africa. i have been getting my giant tagua out of arizona by the sak full. do you have the gian

Name: ARNE    GROTT on Friday, January 15, 1999
Email: arn-gro@online.no
Country: norway
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Name: Jyrki Vahalummukka on Wednesday, January 13, 1999
Email:
Country: FINLAND
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Very interesting!!!

Name: Morris Leach on Wednesday, January 13, 1999
Email: morrisleach@juno.com
Country: USA
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I am interested in buying ivory nuts to use for miniature carvings, but what I know about vegetable ivory is next to nothing. Any information you could provide would be appreciated. I saw your price list but did not find any way to order from your web pa

Name: Nasrun Djauhari on Sunday, January 10, 1999
Email: rmd-ndj@rad.net.id
Country: Indonesia
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There is alot of nutpalm in Indonesia. One of them is the Areca Nut. It is commonly used for mixture for chewing betel. Please contact me on my e-mail for your need or any interesting of this product, or any other nutpalm raw product. Wait for your inqui

Name: Bjørn Graatrud on Friday, January 08, 1999
Email: bgraatru.c2i.net
Country: Noway
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Name: Kit Taylor Designs on Thursday, January 07, 1999
Email: KTAT440@aol.com
Country: USA
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Interesting work. Do you offer wholesale to the trade?

Name: Denise Kelly on Thursday, January 07, 1999
Email: denise_kelly@hotmail.com
Country: USA
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My friends in Thailand want me to get ivory palm nuts for them so they can plant on their farm. Do you sell the seeds or do you know where I can get them? They want a 30lb bag sent by sea. Please let me know. Thanks, Denise Kelly


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