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Here are Andy DePaule's renderings of the new logos he is making up for me. My same old logo just with inner fill. now I just cut a full circular channel for easer installation.



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I especially like the one with the gold mop.
Very nice indeed.

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I am getting lazy in my old age. I use to love the time spent cutting pearl and fitting channels to intricate patterns. but as my eyes have got weaker and the nerve damage in my wrist has got worse I started looking for services to have the pearl cutting done. This still left me the inlaying. When I started looking several years ago now for someone to cut inlay patterns for me I was amazed to find Andy. He can supply and cut the pearl actually cheaper than I can buy the pearl (waist and unused remainders included). The first vine I did cost me about $85 in material and there was a good bit of waist due to the shapes. Andy supplies the material, cuts it and retails it for $85. He and his crew in Nam are truly amazing. Here it is and the Yellow Rose of Texas vine ($130) lots of pieces to this one, each open rose has about 8-15 different pieces to it.
This is Japanese Maple, not pot (5 prong leaf not 7)


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[QUOTE=MichaelP]

This is Japanese Maple, not pot (5 prong leaf not 7)
[/QUOTE]

Uhuh, we know John How38883.6447106482

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Andy did say this has been a good seller in the rock crowd. That really suprised me


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Hehehe - Yeah, I'd recognize that Japanese Maple anywhere!



Used to have those growing out back... But that was a looonngg time ago! Seriously!

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This is a close up picture of one I use to have in our yard when we lived in Georgia



Dont know Why it is not showing up...hummmmmmmmmm MichaelP38883.7245949074


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