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Big acorn in oak and a cute bear

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wisewood   

The acorn was a last minute commission for the big boss at a local firm, Acorn Insurance, a birthday present from staff.

Carved from a really clean oak log, the acorn was 18" long.

 

The bear I did last week in between jobs. Roughly 3ft tall in Corsican pine with redwood heart. For sale if anyone is interested.:001_smile:

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nepia   

I'm the world's worst appreciator of art I'm afraid; the bear is OK (by my poor standards) but the acorn is great - love it.

 

Not intended to be a barbed compliment; I just have no taste in art!

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wisewood   
I'm the world's worst appreciator of art I'm afraid; the bear is OK (by my poor standards) but the acorn is great - love it.

 

Not intended to be a barbed compliment; I just have no taste in art!

 

Glad you like the acorn😃

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wisewood   
Nice job si bears for valentines I take it

Hi mate, yes but if he doesn't sell I'll repurpose him in some other way😄

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wisewood   
My nuts are very small compared to yours Simon :)

 

Don't feel bad Tony😜

You'll get a lot of those from your offcuts 👍

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