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Hey Chris I see some great work and progress there.

In the first picture is this one going to have a bevel?



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Very nice! I love the unmatched wood & have never understood why so many insist on book-matched sides & back.


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That's looking great Chris.

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hey Chris,


 


Got to see one hanging in Todd's shop. Hope to see that one in person some day. Get er done! (nice rosette, too!)



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Wow. Looks good cut up Todd.  By the way, that burl should be stable, it's been in the previous owner's shop for a while, drying. He makes rustic Adirondack furniture.


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Good looking work.
I'll take your word for it but hmmmm..... I never would have guessed that was an Engelmann top.
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