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#1 posted 11-19-2018 05:45 PM

After reading this thread, the first thing that came to mind was Japanese and Chinese woodworking, neither of which would be appropriate other than as an interesting discussion. It is a unique form of woodworking not followed in other cultures. If you are talking about, say a Mexican bowl, it would be the same the world over, other than for the decoration.

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