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The client for this vanity brought me a sales brochure with a picture & wanted to know if I could do one for a lower price than the one imported from Europe. Never one to turn down a challenge, we agreed on a price that was lower than the competition. My finisher refused the job for the kind of finish she wanted so she found someone else for that.
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Very nice Paul.

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Fancy,mancy, looking great.
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Way above my pay grade . Great job Paul , thanks for sharing

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yur in a league all yur own Paul...

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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Very nice Paul
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Excellent looking vanity but the finish is not to my taste. I hate covering wood with paint or any opaque finish covering the look of wood grain. But then from the picture I really couldn't tell what wood or grain there was. Certainly a well made piece.
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The client for this vanity brought me a sales brochure with a picture & wanted to know if I could do one for a lower price than the one imported from Europe. Never one to turn down a challenge, we agreed on a price that was lower than the competition. My finisher refused the job for the kind of finish she wanted so she found someone else for that.
Wow Paul. Any interest in doing free classes via video. Your work is incredible. I am just hoping to get two 90 or 45 degrees to come together without a space.
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Beautiful job Paul. Did you vacuum laminate veneer or is it carved out of solid wood?

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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Beautiful piece. Craftsmanship really shows.
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