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As I add some of the new woods to our webstore I will post a group photo here in this thread.
That way you guys can have first look at the new stuff. Everything in the store has a no questions asked money back guarantee and free shipping worldwide.

This batch that I just finished adding to the store are some really nice blocks of Amboyna Burl that was professionally Stabilized by K&G.
There are some small normal sized blocks as well as a bunch of oversized pieces for a couple handles or ???

Just click on the photo to go to the section of the store where these blocks are listed.

 

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That doesn't look light-colored to me. Nice collection!
 

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I just finished adding these stabilized Mango blocks to the webstore.
This is a new wood for me. I am very impressed with the figure in these pieces.
[video=youtube_share;MuAGf0gWjik]http://youtu.be/MuAGf0gWjik[/video]
 

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DAMMIT! I JUST ordered.....Oh well...back to the store i go....ugh
 

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Nice stuff but I'm holding out for that red stuff to show up.
I figured that nobody likes red, so I asked to have them all dyed black.

:shocked3: Just teasing.
Some test blocks of the Red Morrell and Vasticola were sent in with the last batch of wood to be stabilized.
 

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Dyed black? :bat:


Well I'll keep my fingers crossed on the red stuff turning out good.
 

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These are some blocks of stabilized Oregon Black Oak Burl.
Kind of unusual stuff. Some of the grain looks like piled spaghetti noodles.
Click on the photo to visit the section of the store with these new blocks.

 

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That stuff is pretty crazy.I kinda like the looks of it lol.
 
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