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    Hand Made Chopsticks

    These are some of the chop sticks I have made and are available for sale.
    I used nice wood and did my best shaping and finishing them. I think you will like them.
    These first 2 batches are finished using food grade butcher block oil and conditioner.
    They are about 9 inches long and shaped as a rounded taper.

    If you want to get any of these, just make a post here with which ones you want. That way when I am away from the computer, everyone else can tell which pairs are still available. After you post which ones you want, please send me a PM with your email address so I can send you a paypal invoice for payment.

    Cost is $25 a pair.
    US Priority Mail Shipping is $5, Free Shipping if you get 2 or more pairs.
    International Priority Mail Shipping is $15, Free Shipping if you get 3 or more pairs.

    The 1st photo shows 2 sets in African Bubinga, very hard wood, 2 sets in Hawaiian Silky Oak, hard wood and 2 sets in Hawaiian Macadamia, hard wood.



    2nd photo shows sets in African Bubinga.

    Mark Farley / It's a Burl
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    Very nice looking. Hope one is around when I get paid.
    Chewie's the man.

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    I'll take both sets of the bubinga.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    I'll take both sets of the bubinga. Thanks.
    Top 2 sets of Bubinga #1 & #2 go to Pensacola Tiger. Thank You.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Very nice looking. Hope one is around when I get paid.
    I am going to keep making chopsticks for a couple weeks. By then I will know if this is something I want to continue doing. Right now I am kind of slow making them, but it is relaxing for me and I am enjoying myself.
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    Oops I just read your whole post. I'll take a silky oak plz.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    Oops I just read your whole post. I'll take a silky oak plz.
    Silky Oak #1 goes to Crothcipt. Thank You.
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    I'll take the 2nds macadamia if still available.


    Thanks
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    2 pairs, 1 silky oak and 1 bubinga for me please. Thank you.
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    Keep 'em coming Mark, I love these and can't wait to see some other varieties!

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    Ok, since nobody seems to want the other macadamia, I will take it...that and I just realized the deal with shipping.
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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