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Old 04-18-2017, 01:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Buckeye burl and...not burl from Rocky....#65

Hi guys, a pretty good cross section of buckeye to look at. Some are trunk wood...taken from the non burl part of the larger piece I had..spalted and having the color we love in buckeye but no burl. A few of the lots have some burl and a few all burl. You'll know it when you see 'em. Prices set accordingly (I hope) so look 'em over carefully.

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BP72, $25.00 + $5.00 to ship = $30.00 total. Sixteen blanks measure 3/4 x 3/4 x 5" long. Note lots of gray and no burl to speak of. Misted pic. Second pic is a close-up of eight of 'em.

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BP73, $25.00 + $5.00 to ship = $30.00 total. Sixteen blanks measure 3/4 x 3/4 x 5" long. Note a mix of gray and creme color and no burl to speak of. Misted pic. Second pic is a close-up of eight of 'em.

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BP74, $21.00 + $4.00 to ship = $25.00 total. Seven blanks measure 5/8 x 5/8 x 5" long. Actually most of 'em are closer to 3/4 square but a few are undersized...gotta tell it like it is. Misted pic. Second pic is with blanks turned 90 degrees so you're seeing two sides.

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BP75, $25.00 + $4.00 to ship = $29.00 total. Eight blanks measure 3/4 x 3/4 x 5" long. Some of these are pretty nice but not up to the standards of what I like to call "burl". Misted pic. Second pic is with blanks turned 90 degrees so you're seeing two sides.

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BP76, $25.00 + $4.00 to ship = $29.00 total. Eight blanks measure 3/4 x 3/4 x 5" long. Some good ones in here...a few loose eyes but I think all could be fixable with a little CA. Misted pic. Second pic is with blanks turned 90 degrees so you're seeing two sides.

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That's all guys....post in the thread if you'd like some and I'll PM you. Many thanks to you all who buy my blanks, I appreciate it. Rocky
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ROCKY BP76 Money sent Thanks Tony
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Hi Rocky,
I'll take BP75. Sending payment. Thanks,
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I'll go for BP 74. PM sent
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BP72 and BP73 are left guys. They should make some good segmenting material or economical pens. Thanks to you who bought the others.
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Are they stabilized? If not do I need a pressure pot to do so?


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Hi Bob, nope, not stabilized. You're asking the wrong guys about stabilizing. The IAP library will help ya out plus there are probably the best in the world at stabilizing here on IAP. All ya need to know other than the library is right here: https://www.turntex.com/
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