4 Olive Martini Mr Bartender.....

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Here is some olive wood on hand of different varities.....
AOL-African OW from LeeTree, BOW- Bethlahem OW from Jim,
ROW-Russian OW from BB & GOW-Greek OW from Mik.


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Thought I would throw in these pencils I finished as well.....
Dymondwood, Dumpster Trash Silver (from Bill)
African Olivewood & King Wood


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Thanks for looking.
 
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JimGo

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Um, Anthony, have you been breathing in too many fumes again? You have the OW pencil in there twice. If the knot wasn't so distintive, I might have believed it was a 2nd pencil, but you're KNOT fooling me! :)
 

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RT, here is the link for the pencil kit, I have nrver gotten refills from CS, not sure if they have them, I get them at the art store.
http://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/cgi-bin/shopper?preadd=action&key=050-5000

Ok, I'm not totally ignorant [:D] I know the pencil is in there twice,
Once for the different olive woods and once for the pencils I did. [:p]

Besides, I thought that pencil was so nice, it deserved two pics, [:D]

Thanks for the harrasment [:D]
 

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Beautiful work Anthony...like always. How does BB get that Russian Olive weed tree that grows around here to look like that?

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Daniel

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Anthony,
can you get the replacement leads for thes pencils in different hardnesses? the ones that come with it are way to soft for a shop pencil.
 
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