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    Wine server

    This is based largely on a plan from an old Woodsmith magazine. It's cherry with BE maple in the door and on the side edges. The bottle holder is plain maple. Thanks for looking.

    Charlie
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    Wow Charlie, that is a nice and very usable piece Some good figure in the wood also, nice job

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    beautiful piece, great workmanship!

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    Very nice, Charlie!.

    What issue of Woodsmith was that plan taken from, please?
    Regards,
    Bill Antonacchio

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    Wow is right. That's a beautiful piece of work. Very well done, Charlie.
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    Thanks all!

    Bill, it was #176. Their version was oak and had false through tenons and false iron hinges.

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    Great looking piece Charlie! Gonna have to show this to my wife.
    Darren

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    very nicely done charlie what finish did you use on it.. great use of some (BAD birdseye
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    I 'm not much of a wine drinker but, that could sure make me want to stock some in the house. Beautifully done.
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    Beautiful wood and great craftsmanship Charlie. That would make a nice gift for one of my daughters who is into wine.
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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