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Built this vanity for a customer and she picked out Zericote for the top at $35.00 bd ft.
First time working with Zericote it is nice to work sands and finished well. Spar
Urethane for the finish. Got it all installed and working today. The pictures didn't
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Gorgeous!
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Nice work, Larry! Ziricote is used often in building guitars and it's beautiful.

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My education just got an upgrade...
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Lovely stuff!
That wasn't a single width plank was it, Larry? I honestly couldn't tell where you made a panel joint, if it wasn't.
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Looks fantastic Larry.

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That’s a beautiful looking top , was a shame to cover it up with a sink

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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No Dan that was not s single board it was four boards.
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Beautiful top, really adds character to the vanity. Love Ziricote, don't like the prices for it but you can find good deals sometimes on individual pieces.

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No Dan that was not s single board it was four boards.
That's amazing, Larry, I can't tell where you made the joints. Great job!
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