Down south a few miles from Bear Tooth Woods Corporate HQ, the Hatch Chili pepper is grown. OK, the BTW head honcho may have thought that the Hatch Chili peppers were grown around Pueblo, CO, but he was only off by 518.4 miles (or 7 hours and 15 minutes by I-25). And yes, these "impression" descriptions are written by the seat of his pants (that doesn't sound quite right), but he did learn something new. So down south by a few hundred miles they grow some wonderful chili peppers. This blank reminds us of a beautiful bundle of these chilis hanging in the dry Colorado air. Since it can be spelled "chili", "chile", or "chilli" we are putting all three right here.
3/4" square by 5" long -- 19mm x 130mm
Price is per blank
Multiple blanks shown to illustrate variety
All four sides of the blank are shown
Available in custom lengths of up to 39" (1 meter)
More of this material may be available than is shown on the "Quantity in stock" value
Ernie for more information on custom lengths or additional material
Video of a turned sample:
This sample was turned from a 3/4" x 5" piece of Chili Pepper acrylic acetate. It was turned to approximately 5/8" diameter. The turned sample is solid, it does not have a hole drilled in it, nor a tube. So its appearance in a finished pen may be quite different depending on transparency.