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November 28, 2002

More Bargains of the Day: a lump of wood, a cup and a clock

by Feòrag

This 6" by 8.5" (18cm by 21.5cm) slab of Northern Pine isn't just any old lump of wood. This one displays a lovely colored foil picture of the cross. Fellow connaisseurs should also take up the invitation to visit the vendor's eBay Store for many more similarly tasteful items.

Is your desk a mess? Make it that little bit tidier with a Fruit of the Spirit Pencil Cup:

It is really unique. check out the picture. it is made by Christian world, inc. collectibles by Lori Kim Gan Designs 1999. I believe the material is a type of ceramic. There is a gold colored ban that says "The fruit of the spirit on it. Then there is a raised bunch of grames. On the saucer there are 2 strawberries and a bon bon. They look realistic. . What a unique and beautiful gift item or to set on your desk.

If timekeeping is your problem, the $1 (US) reserve has yet to be met on this Inspirational solid oak clock, complete with that Bible verse about there being a season for everything. The seller has loads of clocks for sale, with equally inspiring themes.

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1: Posted by: Barbie Collins | March 15, 2003 4:22 PM

I have been looking for the plates that match the Fruit of the spirit pencil cup you have by this designer. Do you know of a website or someway I can get in touch with the company to be able to purchase the plates I am looking for. Can you help me?
Barbie

2: Posted by: Dana Heald | July 1, 2003 3:08 AM

I have 3 of Lori Kim Gan's Fruits of the Spirit plates, but would like to find the others. I have Joy, Patience, and Peace.

Wax lyrical

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