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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:30 am 
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Wow! That is one awesome piece of woodworking! You have every right to be proud of that! You have now set the bar pretty high! Wait till you see what she wants from you now! Nice job!

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Just add another WOW to the pile. That is flat gorgeous.


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Beautiful piece. I particularly like the good match of lumber, as far as color and grain. And a design that is very proportionate. Extreme koodo's on a well executed project, and worksmanship. Don't spend all those points, you earned at one time.
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I'll have to get back to ya on this one :lol:


Just kidding looks great. Very nice indeed


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Absolutly gorgeous. You're bound to have one happy Mrs. 8) 8) 8) 8)

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10fingers wrote:
Lawrence wrote:
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Hey man, there nothing wrong with my legs. I was going to how you a picture of them too but the wife put a nix on that!


Not only does she have a top notch woodworker to supervise, but she's smart too.


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love the color and finish...did you use any dye or stain? Is the side glued up or ply?

Great looking piece, don't show my wife.


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love the work, piece is excellently beautiful. Great color. Was there any dye or stain involved? Is the side solid? Again, wonderful.


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love the work, piece is excellently beautiful. Great color. Was there any dye or stain involved? Is the side solid? Again, wonderful.
The finish was BLO, Ruby shellac with a touch of a dye and then varnish.

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