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Dead Oak carving

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Evening all

 

We have a customer who has a dead Oak stem and some canopy standing in their garden. They have asked us to remove the dead canopy to make it safe, but would like to get the remaining stem and canopy stubs carved in some way if possible. Tree had been dead some time and sap wood is in poor condition

The tree is in Amersham, Buckinghamshire if anyone is interested. Would like to discuss how long to leave stubs to allow carving etc

 

Any carvers let me know if you would be interested and I can pass customer details on

 

Thank you

 

Peter

 

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I'm too far away to do it, but I'd want atleast a foot of pegs left on main branches for carving.

In an ideal world youd get some ideas from whoever is going to do the carving. But ultimately not the end if the world if the Carver has to chop a bit off

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