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Thread: Kitchen stools

  1. #1
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    Kitchen stools

    I am in the proccess of finishing these
    kitchen stools. They are made of Tzalam wood.
    Regards
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 05_six_kitchen_stools.jpg   04_kitchen_stool.jpg  

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    Outstanding !

    Those are beautiful Alfredo. I know you don't use a duplicator, so it is even more impressive how perfectly identical they all look. Great work !
    Don Orr

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    I agree with Don...your ability to turn the same shape more than once is very impressive. The stools look very nice, Alfredo.
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    Ditto the previous two posts!!! Fantastic work Alfredo!
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    Wow Alfredo wonderful work.

    I think you could call your copier The Alfredo perfection.
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    very well done alfredo and the sturdiness is hiden with your details. are stout but look well balanced.
    If in Doubt, Build it Stout!
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    Wow those are beautiful and without a duplicator. Very well done.
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    I deeply admire anyone who can do the same thing twice. 24 legs all the same is, IMHO outstanding. I would no doubt resort to a single 3 legged stool that had each leg 'uniquely individual'

    Pete

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    Beautiful work Alfredo! Those are excellent examples of patience and workmanship
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    Thumbs up

    Beautiful work Alfredo. I've never heard of Tzalam wood but it looks great!
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