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    A lot of things

    Merry Christmas to all, here is some of my work, maple, walnut and cherry finish, shellac and carnauba wax,

    Regards Max
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    Very nice work.
    Richard "Butch" Leshner

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    Those a simply beautiful Max, and merry Christmas to you too
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    nice work you got there. And merry christmas to you and yours.

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    nice work like the lidded bowls,, would make some nice gifts...
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    All of them are nice Max, but I think my favorite is the vase in the last photo. Well done on them all.
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    Great work Massimo. How big are the lidded bowls?

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    Nice stuff Mass!!! I favoring the bowl and vase...really nice character in the wood
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    Oh Wow, those are beautiful! My favorites are 1 and 3. Happy Holidays to you, Max.
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    Like them all. Nice finish, not overdone.
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