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Warther Museum is must-see for carvers, steam engine buffs

August 8, 2009
By Wayne Sheets, Contributing Business Writer

The only distinguishing feature of the small red brick building is the sign over the entrance welcoming its visitors to the "Warther Museum." Located little more than a stone's throw to the east of I-77 in Dover, Ohio, the museum houses the most spectacular carving display of the 20th century those of Ernest "Mooney" Warther. His carvings in ebony, burled walnut and ivory have been appraised by the Smithsonian as "priceless works of art."



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