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Rhiannon Hankins17/10/2007 14:41:00
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Hi

I have a load of chair parts that I have collected over the year, that I have been keeping becuase 'I'm sure they will come in handy someday'

I am having to move soon and need to sell them all.

I have windsor chair seats, back and arm bows, spindles and turnings a plenty . When I say I have load, not sure about all the bits. but there must be a hundred plus actual seat bottoms. In various stages of making, some already have the holes drilled for spindles etc, some have been fillered.

Is anyone interested in them , or some of them?

Please let me know, as I need to get them shifted. I am in Kettering, Northamptonshire

David Allebone17/10/2007 21:42:00
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Hi Rhiannon

I hope everything is ok, sorry to hear your moving ( not to far i hope ), not giving up the woodwork are you ?

I might need some more of your pippy yew.

Regards David  ( from Higham )

Rhiannon Hankins18/10/2007 09:40:00
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Hi

We're only moving to Lowick, so not far - trouble with the new landlords!

Sill some pippy yew here when you want it - you have my mobile anyway.

Can you keep an ear out if anyone wants any chair parts though, please?

Hope to see you soon

Rhiannon

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