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    something different

    I am not sure what to call this. It should work as somewhere to put the remote. The bowl is pecan, the legs are walnut. Band and brace are mild steel.
    15 inch diameter X 22 inch height
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    I know what to call it. Nice. Well done.

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    I called it "Wow"

    Looks really nice Dennis. It looks really balanced.
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    I'd put a cactus in it. Looks great. Nice design.

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    That is cool Dennis.
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    I may not know much, and I don't know what to call it, but it's beautiful.
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    That's cooler than all get out, Dennis. Great job.
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    I too would call that cool!
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    Dennis great job. Ain't seen anything quite like it..love the way every things seens to go together.If i was to do anything different, maybe give the legs a little curve to them.

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    Looks like it would hold a gallon of onion dip and fit nicely by my recliner

    Nice job
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