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Hair Sticks Myrtlewood from Oregon

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A pair of 6" Myrtlewood Hair Sticks. I milled, shaped, sanded, and polished these in Eugene Oregon. You and easily add beadwork, dangles or wire wrap to any of my Hairsticks. Myrtlewood is native to western Oregon and the link below lets you know how rare this wood is.

Oregon State Univ. info: http://oregonstate.edu/trees/broadleaf_genera/california_laurel.html

"California-laurel is truly unique. There is only one species in the entire genus, so both the genus and species have the same name. The world's only California-laurel grows along the coast of California and southwestern Oregon, where it is commonly called Oregon-myrtle, or myrtlewood. The hyphens in the common names help us remember that this tree is neither a laurel nor a myrtle."

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Hair Sticks Myrtlewood from Oregon

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