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  1. Forest Cobbler

    Watch Straps

    The Condor website is a bit of a nightmare, but I seem to be getting the hang of it now. You could always arm yourself with the catalogue and put your order in an email to the sales office.
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    badge domes

    Hi Does anyone have any of the rectangular domes for Trend's 75mm x 30mm BP117 badge backs? I need about 20. Thanks, Valerie
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    One of many uses for masking tape

    Thanks. Just thought it might help someone else trying to work out how to hold an awkward shape.
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    Mushroom pins

    I was hoping to find a tumbleweed emoji, but I can't. So you'll just have to imagine that this is rolling through on an empty breeze
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    Mushroom pins

    Or the wrong end of the mushroom
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    Mushroom pins

    Sorry, they are not the same thing at all. This is the bit I'm talking about.
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    Mushroom pins

    We get several watches in where the mushroom pin has broken off the bracelet clasp. Usually it is possible to replace the whole clasp, but not always. So I was really pleased to find an assorted box of mushroom pins in the Cousins catalogue. In my ignorance, I assumed that they were two piece affairs that you pushed together though the hole in the clasp, and then whacked with a hammer to secure. I was wrong. It seems that you just put the bottom end through the clasp and then use a punch to knurl it over. Have any of you fitted these before? And if so can you advise the best way if holding everything in place. Thanks, Valerie
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    Engraving into animal horn?

    I thought that animal horn was similar to hair rather than bone. I agree with the keratin bit though.
  9. This was on the back of the same page
  10. The boss was sorting out some old paperwork and came across a Footnote magazine from 1997. The repair price list makes quite interesting reading.
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    Glenway's monthly 'joke'

    But, just for you, I have gone gone to the bin and fished out the latest one. The others are long gone.
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    Glenway's monthly 'joke'

    To be honest, I rather assumed that most of you would also receive the monthly email and would therefore know what I was talking about.
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    Glenway's monthly 'joke'

    I deleted it
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    Glenway's monthly 'joke'

    on their monthly newsletter