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Wow Orhan, that takes talent.....(and patience)

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Nicely done Orhan - and I love your old cutting board. It looks well used!
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Wow again - very nice work ........

what wood are you using ? and how long did that carving take ?

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Nicely done.
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Great work!

I love spoons like that, everytime we visited the small shops selling Welsh spoons I was amazed at what the different shapes and motifs meant.

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Wow! You make a wonderful spoon, there's some delicate carving especially on the chains using only hand tools. You got great talent, skills and lots of patience. Impressive work!
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Nicely done, Orhan!!!

We, woodworkers are everywhere!!!
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Excellent!

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Thank you for your comment, it took about 3 weeks, as the construction of wooden beams, carved hard wood of pine tree.

Wood carving is a state of the tree after my death.

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