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These are some pieces that are in my house.
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Impressive, thank you for sharing.

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You do some mighty fine work...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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I especially like the curved front cabinet with the dark top and lighter doors. Wonderful look.

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I like them all, wish I could do that nice of work, Great jobs,
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Really nice.

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Very nice! I especially like the Phantom chest. Are all these pieces veneered or are some built of solid woods? I recognize some of the woods but it would be nice if you told us the main woods in each photo.

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Very impressive work ,thanks for sharing

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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these are mostly veneered with a few hardwood accents.
Dresser is block mottled makore with English sycamore inlay and top.
The bed is block mottled anigre with walnut, anigre and cocbolo inlay in the headboard and Bubinga and walnut on the frame.
The curved front cabinet is block mottled anigre with macassar ebony top and walnut legs.
The first bookcase is etimoe with Mappa burl inlays.
The second bookcase is block mottled anigre with pomele Sapele shelves and top.
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Well your are a master veneerer . I would never be able to build such beautiful furniture

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