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Re: Floral ebru



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Try contacting Galen Berry at http://members.aol.com/marbling/marbling/
He probably makes this pattern
Good Luck
Bette Abdu

on 2/9/02 9:22 PM, Matthew Garelick/CAM/Lotus at matthew_garelick@US.IBM.COM
wrote:

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> Hello all,
> Does anyone know of a source for floral ebru (Turkish marbled paper with a
> flower as part of the pattern)? I have found a number of web sites
> containing beautiful scanned images of it, but I can't seem to find any for
> sale.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>
> Matthew S Garelick
> Graphic Services
> IBM Software Group
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> Cambridge, MA  02141
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> 617.693.5911

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