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    I was looking at your gallery and first let me say very impressive work. Can you give us a little detail as to what style that is?? What do you use to color the woods if they are wood?? What types of material do you use?? Is there a significance to this cutting style?? Do you sell your work and where??

    Hope you don't mind the questions just that it is unique.
    John T.

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