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Old 03-06-2019, 06:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Stabilized ancient Kauri blanks

I have this lot of professionally resin stabilized ancient Kauri blanks.
One has some cracking that need filling, and the dark blank on the right is a cross cut blank. The pens I had made from them have a very nice chatoyance.

I would like to sell them as a lot, $25 plus shipping (they are too heavy to be shipped with first class mail - the stabilizing adds quite some weight)
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I got also "paperwork" for the blanks, certificates of authenticity, large and small, as well as brochures about the wood. Makes it nice to sell a pen with the paperwork.
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