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#1 posted 12-25-2012 05:02 PM

Thank you DonW for the fine mallet and the note on the history of the different woods that
make this a one of a kind. Chestnut is the main part of the head with bloodwood as it’s
side pieces and wenge as the bottom of the head.
The ash handle was from a tree that fell during a storm and one of the first DonW cut
with his own saw mill, 2 cool.
Mahogany is the accent pieces on the ash handle and blends well making for an
excellent well made mallet.
Thanks to all for an epic mallet swap.

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