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Giant Carved Gnome...

August 25 2017 at 2:24 PM
Cynthia  (Login credden)

Hey guys!
I grew up with an Irish mother and gnomes. My husband and I are building a new house and are looking for a giant wood carved gnome for our backyard. We saw a few in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, but it is very hush hush there in regard to where and who they came from. I saw an few awesome ones on pinterest that led me here. Do any of you know where I can purchase one? Commission one?
Thanks in advance for your help!

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Re: Giant Carved Gnome...

August 25 2017, 4:44 PM 

Hi Cynthia

It might help if you say where your located and a number to call. You can get one done cheaper if the carver is close to you rather than having to pay shipping which could cost as much as the carving.
Good luck

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steve backus
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August 26 2017, 6:44 AM 

Indy Indy Indy, the proper pricing quote would be "more inexpensive" rather then "Cheaper" and it would help to know where the nice Irish lady is located.

She unwittingly fell into the stealth and intrigue of the seamy underbelly of trade secret stealing, located in that nest of high level intellectual property theft that haunts the chainsaw carving world!

It was probably Dan Whited, aka thebestlookingcarverintheworld.......

and don't forget to go fund me or starve......

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Re: inexspensive

August 28 2017, 3:59 PM 

I would like to make one of those it would be something different.

Depending on where you are from shipping is an issue as mentioned.
Keep your saw in the Wood!


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Re: inexspensive

August 29 2017, 1:24 PM 

Isn't it great how we try to help someone when they ask. Yet they don't have time to check back to find out what we have said. Seems like a waste of time anymore to try and help.

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