Canoe Form Grease Dish

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  1. Jack Devlin

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    Very envious, Jack. Much admire people with your skills.
    I have trouble making saw dust.
     
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    Awesome Jack!! As always...Keep posting these treasures.
     
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    Very nice. I have an idea of what I think a grease dish is but, would you care to enlighten me?
     
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    Grease or oil dishes (bowls) were used to hold rendered candlefish oil into which the Northwest Coast Indians would dip their dried fish to make the fish more palatable.
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    My gawd man! Do you ever sleep?! Beautiful work, as always.
     
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    I thought it might of had something to do with holding grease or bacon fat or something like that but, I like your answer better.
     

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