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Ancient Egyptian Comb Revisited

About a year ago, I made a replica of an ancient Egyptian comb. I loved the project and have made several since. After some study I believe the blanks were originally sawn out and not split out. I believe the … Continue reading

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Historical replica. Well.. sort of.

I just finished this reproduction of a spoon I copied from an ancient Egyptian one. I appreciate the irony in a household pest turned household vessel and the dignity given this humble wooden mouse being included alongside the gold relics … Continue reading

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Ancient Egyptian Wooden Comb

This is a comb patterned after an ancient Egyptian one from 1300 BC. Its made from black walnut and I made some minor changes to the carving but kept the rest true to the original. I am blown away by  ancient … Continue reading

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Grandpa’s Old Tools

 I grew up without a father and my grandpa is who I have always looked to for what it means to be a man. He is strong, yet kind, has self respect, as well as humility, and has great moral … Continue reading

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