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    lazy susan

    made up of mahogany and maple, approximately 12" round. finished with blo/lacquer. All comments welcome
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    Tom, you don't post often but when you do you post some nice stuff, please show us some more.
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    My comment is that is a nice piece of work. And it looks like a lot of work.
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    That's a great piece, Tom. The basketweave effect is very nicely done...don't think I've seen that done in a piece like this. Very nice, and thanks for sharing the pic.
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    Basketweave effect was executed with perfection.

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    Tom, that's a great piece, thanks for the pizza!! I can't imagine the thought that went into that...Well done!!
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    Great job Tom!

    A question if I may, the basket weave effect is it just optical or has it relief? I'm not sure looking at the pic. Thanks
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    Nice job Tom
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    Dang Tom, another WOW, well done, lots of precise pieces and as others have said the basket weave is perfect

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    Tom that is a beauty. I really like the basket weave look.
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