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you are better then good John...

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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John, those are wonderful. My wife wouldn't be able to resist getting these. The finish is exquisite.

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Wow...works of art for sure...BEAUTIFUL...

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It's not just the wood. It's the imagination!! Kudos!
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Some fantastic work well done someone should be pleased to own one of these

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Holic46, when I looked this I felt like I was at the opening of an Art gallery.. the tall slender rose vaas (lol) is very artistic looking. Nice work. That's cedar right?
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Holic46, when I looked this I felt like I was at the opening of an Art gallery.. the tall slender rose vaas (lol) is very artistic looking. Nice work. That's cedar right?
No, the dark wood is sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum), the light wood is poplar.
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Holic46, I would have never known that unless I could have smelled the wood or touched it. it's really beautiful
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