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Bird eye ash

Discussion in 'Wood For Sale' started by Buga, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Buga

    Buga Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    I have 60 pairs of bird eye ash knife handle scales to offer

    Bird eye ash knife handle scales mesure minimum 130x42x7mm

    Unit price is 8$ + shipping cost

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  2. Bill12035

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    Hello,

    Is that $8 per handle or per pair? Thank you.

    Bill
     
  3. Buga

    Buga Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Price is for one pair 8$+ shipping cost
     
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    I've never seen or even heard of any other wood having birds eyes. The only thing I've heard of is birds eye maple. I'll take a pair with lots of eyes please. How much is shipping to 12035? Thank you.

    Bill
     
  5. Buga

    Buga Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Shipping cost for 1 pair is 3$

    Shipping cost for 3 pairs is 6$

    Shipping cost for 6 pairs is 10$
     
  6. Tony

    Tony Hardwood Enthusiast Staff Member Global Moderator Full Member

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    Dario,
    Are these green or dry? I assume dry but just checking.
    Thanks Rob
     
  8. Buga

    Buga Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    They are dry
     
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  9. Bill12035

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    I'll take 1 pair please. PM me your PayPal and I'll get your money sent. Thanks.

    Bill
     
  10. phinds

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    http://www.hobbithouseinc.com/personal/woodpics/_bird's eye.htm

    On the other hand, I've never heard of bird's eye ash. @Buga are you sure that's ash?
     
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    Got any other sizes?
     
  12. Glenn Lefley

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    Ho much shipping to Canada V0B2L2. 10 pairs.
     
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    I have never seen birds eye ash before, I would love larger pieces of this wood if you ever have it. Is it that people do the small cutting to sell for more money on these things? It's a shame because that is really unique stuff! I guess in a way it's cool too because more people get to have it :)
     
  14. phinds

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    These measurements cannot be correct. 130 x 42 implies an aspect ratio of ~3:1 but there is no way the wood shown has that aspect ratio. The pics show something more like 3:2
     
  15. Buga

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    Each scale pair mesure minimum 130x42x7mm, aprox 70% of scale pairs on pics above mesure 137x47x7mm
     
  16. Mr. Peet

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    Paul,
    I have 'bird's eye ash', white ash. Dario's wood looks to be ash, but not 'bird's eye'. It looks to be burled, with possibly included bark. Just look at at his end-grain pictures, indented grain, not a match for 'birds eye', but similar in some ways...
     
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  17. phinds

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    Yeah, I see it. Thanks.
     
  18. Buga

    Buga Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Here is evidence of bird eye figure

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    Pretty stuff whatever name you call it. Looks similar to masur birch
     
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  20. phinds

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    I'd be more convinced if you were showing the end grain, not the side grain
     
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