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Hi Mamuka. Good to see you back here again.

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Wonderful nutcrackers. I would love to see some pictures of how you make the threads. Also, you are using wild pear. Are you harvesting that wood from local trees? Are you selling these?

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Very nice , and also very unique. Thanks for sharing

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Hello and thank you Dear Mr Charles. Best Regards!
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Wonderful nutcrackers. I would love to see some pictures of how you make the threads. Also, you are using wild pear. Are you harvesting that wood from local trees? Are you selling these?
Hello Dear Mr Tom.

Thank you that you like my screw nutcrackers.
In my old post you can see many photos about where and what I use to make this nutcrackers.
First of all how I make screw thread. Mostly I use firewood, when I travelling in villages. Many fruit trees I also use. They are very hard and good to make internal and external screw threads. Yes, I am selling my nutcrackers. I am very busy. I am a invited professor in Agrarian and Technical universities of Georgia. Per year I make about 150-200 pieces. Mostly for gifts and if I participate in some fairs or market I am selling it. Best Regards and have a nice days.
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If you were interested, we'd love to see your shop and manufacturing process.
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