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    • scot… .. why does it matter if it’s difficult to make or not… you are not going to make it anyway.. and…I’m not so sure if it’s tasteless .. I think that it’s a work of art. These things would sell crazy here in NY,NY. I love it. Simply great!

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      • That is because you are from America. No taste!

        I lived near NY for a year… high culture for most of you is the High School Musical film. and WWF

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            • Well – there are many wierd things in the world SSSR – and the fact that Scots are Scottish is just one of them!

              On that note, what does SSSR stand for?

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              • Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
                Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik
                CCCP refers to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)

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              • I am just giving you a hard time bud.SSSR is CCCP in the Russian alphabet.America said it as USSR and the Soviet Union said it as SSSR.There are some english letters in the russian alphabet.Some letters are the same in both languages and some are different.One example would be Moscow.Russians say it as Moskva which is Mockba in Russian!

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                • Now if you want the full version I have a few minutes.

                  SSSR:Souyz Sovietskich Socialisticheskich Respublic

                  USSR:Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics!

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                  • Ah…. rather embarassingly, I didn’t know that.

                    So… souyz (or Союз – thanks -md-tt-) means union…

                    I am beginning to learn my Russian alphabet!

                    Вы – очень полезные!

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                  • This reply will turn up in the wrong place – or twice – no doubt..

                    ny way – rather embarrassingly – I didn’t know that. So thanks, SSSR & -md-tt-

                    I’m learning my Cyrilic alphabet!

                    Спасибо для вашей помощи – очень полезной! (Babel Fish..)

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    • Scot u just physically cannot make a good looking ornaments with a welding machine on small items. It’s impossible. And do not forget about handmade looking style we did.

      U can by some art – and this will be factorry welding art.

      All of ours piece of art is uniqe. Even if we try to make 2 some identical artworks – we cannot make them. Every piece of metal is uniqe. And thats, that give a life to ours work.

      And of course photo qualiti – we are very-very bad photographs =]]] In real life those pieces look much more beautiful.

      Sorry for my bad english.

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  1. Hmm. Leproseum.ru requires a log-in, but there isn’t any place to register, and typing in the username/login I’d normally use gets “user not found.” I guess I can’t buy any of this guy’s work. I like the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman salt & pepper shaker holder.

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      • Since I’m shy about emailing — what is the price range for your work, usually? Not on individual pieces, just…what do your cheapest and what do your most expensive items sell for?

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      • Какая цена для танка? Обменный курс это не плохо, хотя и судоходства может быть слишком много.

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        • Pishi na email : Zdes’ neudobno govorit.
          Tank bolshoi 7000 – na foto bolshoi.
          Est’ eshe malenkiy.

          Tankov dve raznovidnosti.

          Pro obmenniy kurs i sudohodstva ne ponyal 🙂

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          • Sorry, to avoid further confusion we should type in a dialect I can decode like English or Cyrillic, the translator I’m using prefers one or the other.

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            • Doh, i think u are Russian. Vladislav – it’s a Russian name. Please speak to me in English. U’r english – russian translator it’s absolutly garbage. I can’t understand anything if u will speak to me in russian.

              I say, if u want to order some of our artworks – contact me at the mnmnmlst@gmail.com for more details. Or ICQ: 17280205 .

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    • Lol, okay my bad, one-day I’d like to learn and travel…

      I’m curious mainly, after all I’m on unpaid-vacation and cant really afford impulse spending, but an authentic russian tank-ashtray would look pretty cool next to my water-pipe. However 7000rub = $301au 🙁 Far more than this mere-commoner can afford.

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  2. Так где это продается? Очень хочу чтонибудь из этого купить!! Я в Москве))

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  4. I am just giving you a hard time bud.SSSR is CCCP in the Russian alphabet.America said it as USSR and the Soviet Union said it as SSSR.There are some english letters in the russian alphabet.Some letters are the same in both languages and some are different.One example would be Moscow.Russians say it as Moskva which is Mockba in Russian.

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  5. Today we count almost all of our works – 72 items =]

    Yes, probaly on this and next week we got very much orders to work with. I’m so tired…

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  6. Now if you want the full version I have a few minutes.

    SSSR:Souyz Sovietskich Socialisticheskich Respublic

    USSR:Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics

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  8. @minimalist

    No offense but since this board doesn’t require any kind of authentication I can’t imagine it would be intelligent to conduct business with someone simply b/c they claim to have items for sale.

    I am genuinely interested in buying as these are wonderful works of art. However prices need to be posted and the pieces need to be put up for sale, officially…not just a bunch of pictures on a blog post. Please consider Etsy, which is indeed an ideal place to display and sell art like this and I will happily consider becoming a customer. Ebay would be acceptable too, but Etsy is better for you as the artist.

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  10. minimalist, you guys are very talented. There’s a lot of humour and thoughtfulness in the pieces. It’s hard to pick a favourite but I love the hot air balloon lamp. What’s the address of the shop in Moscow or do you sell at a market?

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