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Old 06-06-2018, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Direct from Lynchburg, TN and the Jack Daniels Whiskey distillery, ready to cut it up.

These blanks are cut from the barrels that Jack ages his Old #7 whiskey. Charred on one side, whiskey soak line on another.
Blanks are at least 3/4" square x 5" long with most being over sized.
Pens & toothpick key rings are big sales for me at craft shows.


Yeah, they are White Oak, but they're Jack's Historical White Oak.


What an aroma!


$3.00 each, plus shipping & handling.

5 blanks, $3.00 x 5 + $5.00 S/H = $20.00
10 Blanks, $3.00 x 10 + $7.00 S/H = $37.00

I can fit up to 18 blanks in a USPS Flat Rate Envelope
18 blanks, $3.00 x 18 + $7.00 S/H = $61.00

Orders of 50 or more, blanks are priced at $2.75. $10.00 shipping

PayPal works for me.

Commercial vendors sell these for more $$$.


Each blank ordered, will come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Love the smell when turning these!

I'm sure you've answered this, but how do you get the JD logo on the wood? Also is it under the ca finish?
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Love the smell when turning these!

I'm sure you've answered this, but how do you get the JD logo on the wood? Also is it under the ca finish?
The logo is a water-slide decal. I do a couple coats of CA. finish them to a shine, then apply the decal. Then do a normal finish with more coats of CA.
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Jimís blanks are excellent quality with an even better price tag. His COAs are top notch


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Love the smell when turning these!

I'm sure you've answered this, but how do you get the JD logo on the wood? Also is it under the ca finish?
The logo is a water-slide decal. I do a couple coats of CA. finish them to a shine, then apply the decal. Then do a normal finish with more coats of CA.
Thanks, I've been wanting to try those decals. I'll look into it now.
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