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    Spalted pecan.

    From Texas USA great to see the phases as it turned down.

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    That's a lovely bit of wood Peter mate, well turned too.
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    That looks pretty special Peter. I like it.

     
     
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    It's a cracker of a pen Sir.
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    Very nice Peter

     
     
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    Great looking pen peter.

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    Very Nicely Done, Peter
    That is a beautiful piece of timber!
    I like those beads !!
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    Looks great Peter.
    Well done.

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