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Custom made wooden block
To meet the needs of all our customers, Demi Art offers the possibility of customising the size of the block of wood, specifying the desired WIDTH , HEIGHT and DEPTH in centimetres.

The price per cubic meter gradually depends on the depth and width:
1 ) max. 9 cm deep and 30 cm wide
2 ) max. 9 inches deep and over 30 cm wide
3 ) max. 18 cm deep and max. 30 cm wide
4) max. 18 cm deep and over 30 cm wide
5 ) over 18 cm of depth regardless of the width

With the exception of the wooden blocks with dimensions max. 9 cm deep and 30 cm wide, all other wooden blocks are made out of several tables glued together in order to ensure the resistibility of the block and prevent cracks that could endanger the entire job of carving.

Linden wood is easy to work with, compact, but not too soft so that both, deep as well as lighter excavations are allowed and details are easy to depict. The pine-wood is also soft, but contains, in contrast to the almost knot-free linden-wood many branches. It tends to darken over time, but it spreads a pleasant fragrance that many appreciate.
Allowed dimensions and conversion factors:

By entering the size in inches, the values will be rounded to the next whole cm.

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Feastday St. Hildegard: September the 17th

When did St. Hildegard live: 1098 - September the 17th 1179

Biography of St. Hildegard:
St. Hildegard was born in 1098 at Bockelheim, Germany. Due to her timidity and fragile health as a child, Hildegard was placed in the care of her aunt Jutta, who later formed a community of nuns and became abbess. After the death of Jutta in 1136, the nuns elected Hildegard prioress of the convent. The monastery was moved to Rupertsburg and Hildegard established another convent at Eibengen in 1165. Hildegard, known for her prophecies and visions, recorded them in a work called Scivias. Hildegard corresponded with four popes, emperors, kings and prestigious clergy. St. Hildegard wrote about many subjects, she is known as a poet, a mystic, a physician, a prophetess and a composer. St. Hildegard died at the age of 81 and miracles were reported at her death. She is considered as one of the most important figures of the twelfth century.

Statues and sculptures of St. Hildegard - portrayal, imagery and emblem: The statue represents St. Hildegard as a nun that carries a book, in fact she is known for her compositions.

Patronage St. Hildegard: Patron saint of linguists

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