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Wooden Folk Art Objects183 of 834Lady with Bun and Red Polka-dot Yellow DressMyrtle-wood Duck Carving from North Bend, Oregon.
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    Posted 4 years ago

    LaurenRedm…
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    I know he looks like some sort of light soapstone, but he isn't! On further inspection he's actually carved from a really light wood that's been polished or varnished over. Spotted today in my latest trip to the charity shop, he originally was €3 but the man said he was on sale and let me have him for €1.50. No marks or stamps on him anywhere.

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    1. jscott0363 jscott0363, 4 years ago
      I love your camel Lauren and what a fantastic deal you got on this. It appears to be carved of olive wood.
    2. LaurenRedmond LaurenRedmond, 4 years ago
      Awh...I love him too jscotto363! He's so tall and elegant. I believe €1.50 is about $1.82. (I should start converting prices to dollars and pound too.)

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