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carving wood 4

Posted by Reto Schachtler (2)  
carving wood 4
January 22, 2012 01:28PM
Hi friends,

I have posted 2 other objects in wood with a bridge to minerals:
the one should be a shell (for penauts or something similar) in form of a japanese twinned quartz and the other could be snakes with teeth of needle quartz from the paltano mine (tessin, switzerland).

I hope it makes you a little smile to see these objects winking smiley

Reto from Obernau
open | download - figur_schlange_1_01_komp.jpg (43.6 KB)
open | download - schale_japanerzwilling_komp.jpg (36.2 KB)

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