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    :Can any one give me any info on peach seed carvings? Or where I can find some info? You can e-mail or post. Thanks

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    Re: peach seed carvings

    I've seen books on peach seed carvings in the past. Does anyone have any ideas or how I can get started?

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      Re: peach seed carvings

      This is a good site for peach pit carving.
      http://www.gemcad.info/monkey.html

      This is one of my favorites.
      http://www.shamey.com/pit/pit.htm


      In ChipChats:
      Sept.-Oct. 1994 page 67
      May-June 1995 page 84
      Nov.-Dec. 1996 page 21

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        Re: peach seed carvings

        I could have given the home page I guess. :-/http://www.shamey.com

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