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PINOCHO DE MADERA          CAJITAS PARA GUARDAR LOS DIENTES DE LECHE          AVION DE MADERA SAPELI Y HAYA  POLIKARPOV I - 1...

PINOCHO DE MADERA CAJITAS PARA GUARDAR LOS DIENTES DE LECHE AVION DE MADERA SAPELI Y HAYA POLIKARPOV I - 1...

The Wooden Airplane from different types of wood, covered with special oil on wood. Suitable for children and adults. It has moving parts (screw) If you have questions, please contact :) Dimensions: long-300mm, wide-300mm, tall-115mm or 11,8 long; 11,8 wide; 4,5 tall

The Wooden Airplane from different types of wood, covered with special oil on wood. Suitable for children and adults. It has moving parts (screw) If you have questions, please contact :) Dimensions: or long;

The Wooden Airplane from different types of wood, covered with special oil on wood. Suitable for children and adults. It has moving parts (screw) If you have questions, please contact :) Dimensions: long-300mm, wide-300mm, tall-115mm or 11,8 long; 11,8 wide; 4,5 tall

The Wooden Airplane from different types of wood, covered with special oil on wood. Suitable for children and adults. It has moving parts (screw) If you have questions, please contact :) Dimensions: or long;

The joy of my little DownTime project is the people I come to meet because of what I do. This is a commission from a lovely customer who plans to move to the Isle of #Mull. She specifically wanted a house on driftwood with a #cave because her soon-to-be home sits above a cave. I had just the piece. :-). She has given it a gaelic name: "Taigh faisg air an uaimh", which means, 'cottage near the cave', appropriately enough. I wish her all the best on that wonderful, wonderful island which…

The joy of my little DownTime project is the people I come to meet because of what I do. This is a commission from a lovely customer who plans to move to the Isle of #Mull. She specifically wanted a house on driftwood with a #cave because her soon-to-be home sits above a cave. I had just the piece. :-). She has given it a gaelic name: "Taigh faisg air an uaimh", which means, 'cottage near the cave', appropriately enough. I wish her all the best on that wonderful, wonderful island which…