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Wood carving - Basmalah Tugra work

Tugra Basmalah carved linden tree, tung oil was a layer of natural wood preservatives, writing on the shellac polish color was two-fold, 3-fold terminated with yacht varnish.
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very beautiful. May I ask what the carving represents?
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This is quite beautiful, what does it say?
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Beautiful job and an amazing demonstration of carving skill.

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You have some really nice work.

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very beautiful. May I ask what the carving represents?
I would thank Muslims when they say everything is a word "with the name of God" written in Arabic and Turkish sultan was in the form of the seal.
Reading:
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

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Thank you for your nice comments.

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Exquisite carving! You have serious carving skills and great finish too.
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clean cuts, nice finish, interesting detail...excellent relief work!
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Thank you for your comment.

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

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