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  1. #1
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    Bookcase

    1" thick cherry. Customer had me stain it red mahogany. Shop made crown and dentil. 4 Adjustable shelves.Satin lacquer finish.
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    beautiful work!
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Nice bookcase Bryan I really like the red mahogany stain. Lots of nice detail.

    Tom

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    Nice work Bryan! Who makes the jig you're using for the peg holes?
    Darren

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    Great work Bryan. Boy you are an inspiration to me. I love the trim moulding at the top and the base. Somehow I lack the imagination to do a design like that. I am always thinking practicle and thinking of stacking another one next to the first so dont let myself think of the overhang created by the moulding.
    The way it finishes it off I just love it.
    cheers

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    very pretty piece. thankyou for sharing it.

    oh man, that is some nice solid 1 inch cherry wide boards for the walls.

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    I like the detail to the top Bryan, that is a nice looking bookcase. I really like the color of the stain too. Looks nice

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    That's a nice one. A pair flanking a window in an office or some such setting would be an impressive site.
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    Great stuff, Bryan. I'm in the "cherry doesn't need stain" camp, but I understand the customer's choice trumps mine...especially in this case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Wright View Post
    Nice work Bryan! Who makes the jig you're using for the peg holes?
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