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"Estate Sale" has Koa Carvings, Gold Carvings, a BakeliteCarving, Carved Jade, Coral, Ivory, and ... by Paul Howard
Aloha! We're two old folks (a jewelry designer and a sculptor) with a lifetime accumlation of beautiful things that we have just posted as an "Estate Sale on the Net". You can see it all at: http://www.thehowardcollection.com In the Art Collection there, you will find unusual wood carvings in...
January 12th 04 12:20 AM
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"helicopters" continued by
Sorry, I inadvertently sent before finishing. What I left out was: if carved correctly, these things are capable of flying to 20+ feet.
January 23rd 04 11:36 AM
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February 28th 04 07:42 PM
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3-D Wood Carving Machine by A.T.
You can be a skilled wood carver in just 20 minutes, glide the copy tip over the original item and the copy arm makes an identical replica of carvings, decoys, statuettes, plaques, moldings, etc. Making fine wood carvings is so simple anyone can do it. The perfection of your first carving will...
August 28th 03 05:39 AM
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31 Dec Carbide Cannons active in The Netherlands by [email protected]
Hello all over the world, 31 Dec 2005 is it time for us great Carbide cannon fom 180 Liters. The pipe is 155 cm and 40 cm round. On our site there is two little Movie's. One from 10 min and the second one 5 min. This Movie from 5 min is our first shot with this cannon. The explosion was so loud...
December 28th 05 12:13 PM
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? anyone know of indonesian mask for sale? by mcameron, bill
anyone know a web site that has carved masked for sale, probably indonesian, that are in the style of the northwest coast indians? thanks bill
January 7th 05 06:17 PM
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A New Carving... by Marc
I just finished a carving of a polar bear. It's in Brazilian soapstone, and stands 9 inches tall, by 14 inches long. Finish is beeswax. Questions, comments, suggestions, money, etc. are all welcome. Click here... http://mnsi.net/~mbrode/Misc/Oct10%20003%20c&c.jpg and for another view, click...
October 11th 03 10:01 AM
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A really great Scale Model Site! by jraah
If you are into making scale models then take a look at this great site!!!! http://homepage.ntlworld.com/scalemodel.hdvs/ Go to the MODEL GALLERY page and see some fantastic models that have been made. There is advice on where to get plans from. There are loads of links to suppliers and other...
February 23rd 05 12:58 PM
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Accutron Men's VX-200 watch #28C03 - Cheapest Watch by [email protected]
Accutron Men's VX-200 watch #28C03 - Cheapest Watch Accutron Men's VX-200 watch #28C03 Link : http://www.watchesprice.net/Accutron-Mens-VX-200-watch-28C03-110.html Cheap Watches Home : http://www.watchesprice.net/ Lower Price Accutron Brands :...
April 29th 08 07:37 AM
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AD-Craft Students League, NYC, Open House by Craft Students League, NYC
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Jeri Wagner, 212.735.9731 Craft Students League Spring Open House Tour the ceramics, jewelry/metalsmithing, woodworking, book, and fine art studios. Take advantage of special offers, meet the faculty, and see the student work.
March 5th 04 07:57 PM
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AD: Create unique Celtic designs for carving by Laurie
Hi Folks, The Celtic Knot Font is a revolutionary way to make beautiful designs for your carving projects. Each "letter" of the font is a piece of a knotwork design, so you create your custom artwork just by typing! Put the pieces together any way you want - you won't believe how easy it is to...
December 5th 07 04:19 AM
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AD: one- and two-day woodworking workshops - Craft Students League by Craft Students League
The Craft Students League YWCA of The City of New York www.ywcanyc.org/csl See below for descriptions of the following one- and two-day woodworking workshops: -Window Restoration Techniques -Introduction to Bowl Turning and Lathe Work -The Business of Furniture Design
February 26th 04 09:18 PM
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AD: Woodworking classes - Craft Students League NYC by Craft Students League
The Craft Students League YWCA of The City of New York www.ywcanyc.org/csl Classes begin in April. See below for descriptions of the following woodworking classes: - Free Woodworking Demonstrations - Woodworking I - Traditional Woodworking I
February 26th 04 09:15 PM
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Advice for a rookie carver by TomL
Hello All, I havent yet even so much as picked up a carving tool or a carving block. I'm in the process of reading what my local library offers on the subject of carving. My goal is some small architectural carving. Designs in wooden table legs and/or aprons. Corbels for moldings and fireplace...
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September 22nd 05 06:28 PM
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Advice for selling crafts at fairs by Elaine
I have recently set up a business selling wood crafts in Sussex and am interested to hear from anyone who can offer information on craft fairs around the UK during the summer of 2005. Elaine Yelland
January 27th 05 11:01 AM
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ADVICE NEEDED: carving rotor for hand-powered "helicopter" by
Hi all, I'm trying to carve a simple, hand-powered "helicopter" that consists of a horizonal rotor w/ a hole in the middle, in which a vertical shaft is attached, round in section and a little smaller in diameter than a pencil. When you spin the shaft rapidly between your palms, I've seen these...
January 25th 04 10:25 AM
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Advice, please: Techniques for painting wood carvings for outdoor exposure by mb
Hello all... I'm doing some woodcarvings for outdoor Christmas displays, and need advice and suggestions on the proper way to prime, seal and paint these. They're carved from spruce 2x4's glued edge to edge with waterproof glue, I thought Kilz Exterior would be a good base coat, but apparently...
March 25th 05 06:28 PM
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AISH by jai
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August 11th 08 09:06 AM
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American Stickmakers Association - 5 yrs on the web by Dan T
Hey Everybody, If you haven't found us yet we are at http://www.stickmakers.org and have been an active eMail list entity for over 5 years. We currently have over 300 "stickmakers" and offer a gallery to share our works, swap pages to exchange woods and tools, a classified for anything carving...
August 11th 03 11:55 PM
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And Another New Carving... by Marc
Another Polar Bear. This one is in white alabaster, 17 inches long, 10 inches tall, natural finish. - Marc http://mnsi.net/~mbrode/Misc/Oct%2015D.jpg
October 16th 03 11:14 PM
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