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    Peppercorn tree

    Burr from Schinus molle ( Peppercorn tree ) on a Leveche RB from Beaufort Ink.
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    Very unusual grain patterns Alan, but rather pleasant.
    Kind regards John.

     
     
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    Not much about a Peppercorn tree as a rule,your pen is the exception love it.

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    Great looking pen Alan.

    Did it smell good when you were turning it?

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    Now that's a nice kit dressed in some real exotic wood. A good combo of contrasts. Well done Alan for a fine looking kit.
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    That's an interesting piece of wood, never seen peppercorn before, but a very Interesting grain pattern to that piece. Great choice of kit to complement it too.... Well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by wm460 View Post
    Did it smell good when you were turning it?
    Mark, if it did my old nose didnt pick it up.

     
     
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    Very nice and an unusual wood.

     
     
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