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August 19, 2014

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Marsha

We had no idea that he carved ships. We just assumed he followed in is grandfather's footsteps.

What beautiful work he does. You have to have nervous of steel to use those thin strands of ivory. Wow!

Bob and Jo

Amazing carvings, added this to our list

Janice Williford Evans

I love anything related to art, and appreciate anyone who has the talent to create such beauty. . .

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