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Old 13-03-11   #1 (permalink)
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Hi does anyone happen to have any burrs Elm, Wallnut, Cherry anything really
Iam looking for sources of timber to woodturn
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i have a fair bit of burr elm but im in huddersfield
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I have access to quite a wide variety of stuff if you want a pallet's worth. The pallet is only 60, so it's quite economical.

At present I can get - Elm burr, Yew, laburnum, cherry and a few other bits and bobs too.
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is the Yew, laburnum burred alot ?
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Not especially, but lovely figure nevertheless. I'm quite economically priced too!
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Not especially, but lovely figure nevertheless. I'm quite economically priced too!
go on then how much approx for a pallet load of yew and lab mixed delivered
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Hi
I don't mind the travelling and am interested in any burrs especially the yew
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Any idea of the prices i might travel
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slackbladder i have alot of burr elm if you want some you could come and have a look at what i have ?
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