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New pepper mills and hooked-p8210842.jpgHere is a pepper and salt mill made from purple heart and laminated birdseye maple.

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New pepper mills and hooked-p8210843.jpgHere are two more the one on the left is a salt mill with laminated scraps (when I made the cuts for the celtic knot I had to take extra material to make room for the thickness of the laminate)from the original mills and the right is a pepper mill fromn an earlier post and both are 6" in size.

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New pepper mills and hooked-p8210848.jpgThe left pepper mill is figured walnut with laminated scraps (when I made the cuts for the celtic knot I had to take extra material to make room for the thickness of the laminate)from the original mills and the one on the right is bubinga with lamiinated purple heart.

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New pepper mills and hooked-p8210850.jpgThis pepper mill I made to resemble a light house and it is made from laminated Brizilian cherry. I am making a salt mill to match match this one. I am debating carving windows in the salt mill.
Has anyone sold a pepper or salt mill and what was you asking price?

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Very, very nice work. Thanks for the pics.

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Well done.
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Holy crap man those are nice.
I really like the celtic knot. Great work.
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OMG, I've created a monster!!!. Good work Bill, keep em coming.
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glad to see my scraps made some nice pieces. haha. Nothing better then sharing one mans trash to let someone make treasures. You can go ahead and send me one

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OMG, I've created a monster!!!. Good work Bill, keep em coming.
Mike Hawkins
Thanks guys for the encouraging comments. I donít think you created a monster just putting a little spice in my life. LOL
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