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Re: [MedievalSawdust] Holly

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  • kjworz@comcast.net
    Holly? Inlay. Harpsicord keys. It will get a blue fungus if not seasoned properly. Other than that, it is the whitest wood. Great combination with ebony.
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 4, 2004
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      Holly?  Inlay.  Harpsicord keys.

      It will get a blue fungus if not seasoned properly.

      Other than that, it is the whitest wood.  Great combination with ebony.  Works.... meh.  Not too hard to work.

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      -Chris Schwartz
      Silver Spring, MD

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      How is holly to work with and what sort of projects lend them selves to it. A friend has access to two trees that need to come out. Says he will get 10' long and 8" round clear. Or there abouts.
      Omer


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    • Craig Robert Pierpont
      Great stuff. Do not let this go. Hard, fine grained, white, carves, turns and dyes well. Does not split so well, so saw it rather than riving it. Craig Robert
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 4, 2004
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        Great stuff. Do not let this go. Hard, fine grained, white, carves, turns and dyes well. Does not split so well, so saw it rather than riving it.
         
        Craig Robert
         
        medievalsawdust@yahoogroups.com wrote:
           Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 21:45:18 -0400
           From: "Omer" <omer77@...>
        Subject: Holly

            How is holly to work with and what sort of projects lend them
        selves to it.  A friend has access to two trees that need to come out.  Says
        he will get 10' long and 8" round clear.  Or there abouts.

            Omer


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      • mit1369@aol.com
        My Father uses it for inlay work. It s the whitest there is. Uadahlrich
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 4, 2004
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          My Father uses it for inlay work. It's the whitest there is.
           
          Uadahlrich
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