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I've just found this forum and have a few questions. I love the idea of woodworking but never really did anything about it after a left school, (a looong time ago).

I'm a mosaicist specilising in making copies, in marble, of ancient Greek and Roman floor mosaics. There's not many commissions going around, mostly people want modern stuff so I do a lot of teaching and supplying materials hence I'm here.

Off to find the right posting page

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Hi Lawrence; Welcome!
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Welcome to the forum.

Thank you for joining us, Lawrence.

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Welcome to routerforum. Where in the U.K. are you? My step-daughter is somewhere in England!
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Welcome aboard. You'll learn a lot here, and I'm sure we will be learning something from you.

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