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Just a word of warning, thought I'd take a punt on a cheap eBay silicone candle mould. Went for a pine cone one for about £4.50. Pictures attached.

@Erichalfbee remind you of doing dentals on nasty greyhound incisors?

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Looks like a pine comb to me, except for the colour!
 

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Looks like a pine comb to me, except for the colour!
Depends on the angle... Doesn't look like the pine cones I'm used to round this way and definitely looks like rows of incisors with gingival recession in a few places! However, if you think people would buy it!
 

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Looks like a pine comb to me, maybe after the squirrel has chewed it a bit but good enough to sell!
 

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Looks like a pine comb to me, maybe after the squirrel has chewed it a bit but good enough to sell!
I'll give them a shot then. Was about to buy some silicone to make my own mould as wasn't that keen on most of the available moulds from the major vendors.
 

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