Bethlehem Olive Wood Pen Blanks Dark Grains ( 4 Sided )& Extremely Figured ~ Premium Quality

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Genuine / BETHLEHEM Olive Wood Pen Blanks

PRODUCED FROM THE HEART WOOD OF THE OLIVE BRANCH

DARK GRAINS& EXTREMELY FIGURED

AROUND ALL SIDES

GRADE A+++

Sizes: 5" X 0.75" X 0.75"




PURCHASE INCLUDES CERTIFICATES OF AUTHENTICITY AND LABELS FOR YOUR FINISHED PROJECTS
Limited Offer
5 blanks: $24.99 shipped
10 blanks: $39.99 shipped
15 blanks: $49.99 shipped
20 blanks: $59.99 shipped
30 blanks: 79.99 shipped
40 blanks: $104.99 shipped
80 blanks: $199.99 shipped
100 blanks: $239.99 shipped
150 blanks: $309.99 shipped

All prices are in USD.
For wholesale prices, please contact us.
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Create some beautiful pens from Olive Wood from the Historic and Holy Lands around Bethlehem.



This woods turns with ease and is quite beautiful with unusual dark stripes riddled through a sea of yellow.

Each blank is air dried and inspected for color, grain, and to be free of defects and cracks.

Olive wood trees from the ancient city of Bethlehem, Israel (also known as Roman trees) have been bearing fruit since the time of the Romans. Many religious, historical, and artistic articles are made from this beautiful ancient wood. We have a good supply of olive wood pen and wide blanks from a Bethlehem company that specializes in harvesting this wood.




Note: No tree was damaged or destroyed in the process of harvesting this wood.

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All photos are samples
 

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exoticwo

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AGREED !!! "I think you need to synchronize your prices up with what you are selling on ebay and then charging here. "
Seems like quite a BIG difference and the members here are not benefiting at all ?????????? 🤔
 

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AGREED !!! "I think you need to synchronize your prices up with what you are selling on ebay and then charging here. "
Seems like quite a BIG difference and the members here are not benefiting at all ?????????? 🤔
I think the prices in this listing include shipping while the eBay listing prices do not include the $7 shipping. Also, if you bought 100 blank from him here, you'd save like $13 over the eBay listing. Not amazing, but it's something, I guess.
 

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Not trying to hurt anyone's business but these prices are a lot higher, even with shipping included than other options elsewhere and that's NOT a nice Deal for IAP Members. (My Opinion only)
 

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I think the prices in this listing include shipping while the eBay listing prices do not include the $7 shipping. Also, if you bought 100 blank from him here, you'd save like $13 over the eBay listing. Not amazing, but it's something, I guess.
On Fleebay he is selling 10 for $22.95 + $7 shipping. Look what he is charging here. He is all over the place with pricing.
 

hokie

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On Fleebay he is selling 10 for $22.95 + $7 shipping. Look what he is charging here. He is all over the place with pricing.
Weird, I'm getting $32.99 + $7 (USD) shipping when I select 10 as the quantity on eBay. I wonder why we're seeing different numbers
 

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I happen to love turning Olive Wood from so many countries including a few hrs from where I live and my heart skipped a beat when I viewed these pen blanks. From then on its your choice if you respond or not. But I can tell you very few in percentage Olive Blanks attain the beauty of these.

Obtaining in other ways Bethlehem Olive Wood blanks cost me a premium well over this buying through Jewish friends in clandestine meeting and exchange in Arab occupied territory. Money exchanges ,taxi fares and freight were considerable even so9 with mediocre results compared with these pictures.

Over since the 1980,s I declare freely buying the better blanks from reputable dealers is a satisfying way to go. Like Gold fossicfkingt there is an awful lot of waste to get this quality.

Peter.
 
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