Wallace Wildwood Just Maken things

Otis, Oregon · 21 Sales


Wallace Wildwood Just Maken things

Otis, Oregon 21 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Last updated on Mar 9, 2016

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Anonymous on Dec 17, 2011

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely gorgeous, feels great in hand, smooth and sexy. Even writes nicely :) Pictures did not do it justice. Great workmanship! Recommended seller.

Anonymous on Dec 11, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

Beautifully constructed. Thank you for the secret compartment tea light holder and extra tealights!

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Last updated on July 22, 2011
Khing, the master carver, made a bell stand
Of precious wood. When it was finished,
All who saw it were astounded. They said it must be
The work of spirits.
The Prince of Lu said to the master carver:
"What is your secret?"

Khing replied: "I am only a workman:
I have no secret. There is only this:
When I began to think about the work you commanded
I guarded my spirit, did not expend it
On trifles, that were not to the point.
I fasted in order to set
My heart at rest.
After three days fasting,
I had forgotten gain and success.
After five days
I had forgotten praise or criticism.
After seven days
I had forgotten my body
With all its limbs.

"By this time all thought of your Highness
And of the court had faded away.
All that might distract me from the work
Had vanished.
I was collected in the single thought
Of the bell stand.

"Then I went to the forest
To see the trees in their own natural state.
When the right tree appeared before my eyes,
The bell stand also appeared in it, clearly, beyond doubt.
All I had to do was to put forth my hand
and begin.

"If I had not met this particular tree
There would have been
No bell stand at all.

"What happened?
My own collected thought
Encountered the hidden potential in the wood;
From this live encounter came the work
Which you ascribe to the spirits."

- Chuang Tzu
from The Way of Chuang Tzu by Thomas Merton

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Larger items, or international shipments, will have to be packaged and priced accordingly; contact me for shipping cost.

I will ship multiple items in one box if possible, to save shipping costs. Purchases will be shipped promptly upon receipt of payment (if paying by personal check, I will ship once the check clears).
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are not happy with a purchase, you may return the item within two weeks of receiving it for a refund (minus shipping), as long as it is in the same condition as you received it. Return shipping costs will be your responsibility. Please contact me before returning an item.
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If you have a custom piece in mind, please contact me; I'll be glad to discuss it with you. Custom requests may require at least a partial prepayment if special materials are required.