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 Post subject: New project done!
PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:23 pm 
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Happy Weekend Guys!

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Oooooohhh. Purty! :-D Very nice indeed. :-D

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That is beautiful! I love the inlays and tapered legs.

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Very nice!!


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WOW!!

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Wow. That looks like Garrett Hack's. Great job!


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A very fine piece of work.

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Looks fantastic. Congrats!

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beautiful federal work-- I'd have been scared as all get out to put it in the grass for pictures though--

Are the inlays sand shaded?

Excellent job- thank you for sharing
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Lawrence wrote:
beautiful federal work-- I'd have been scared as all get out to put it in the grass for pictures though--

Are the inlays sand shaded?

Excellent job- thank you for sharing
Lawrence


Are the inlays sand shaded?
Yes they are. Thanks for the comments guys.

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Wow ! great craftsmanship !


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Beautiful! Now get it back inside before it rains.


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Beautiful! Just Beautiful!

How about some specs, and the time to build such a piece?
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Beautiful work!

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OUTSTANDING CRAFTSMANSHIP!!!!!! That is an amazing piece. I'm with Lawrence, I'd have been afraid to take it outside for pics. Any closeups of the inlays? Great work!!! 8) 8) 8) 8)

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Sometimes someone posts pics of their work that just takes my breath away. This is one of those times.

I envy your skill and craftsmanship. I hope you're planning to submit this beautiful piese to Fine Woodworking for their reader work section.

Thank you for your post.

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Amazing!!!


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WOOD 1000: Would you post some pics on the hinging used in the top of that gorgeous piece please? Also if possible how about some detail on the support for the opened leaf.

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Wow, wow, wow - simply beautiful


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That is indeed very beautiful. Takes skill way beyond me to make something outstanding like that.


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