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    The Last of the Batch.

    Last week I mentioned there were four more boxes to finish off.

    Managed to get into the shed for a couple of hours today to sort them out.

    Walnut, Oak, S/Chestnut (145mm)


    Oak, Sapele &Walnut (145mm)


    Oak, Sapele, Walnut (150mm)


    Oak, Sapele Beech, Walnut (140mm)
    Last edited by Chas Jones; 10-10-2011 at 10:29 PM. Reason: caption correction
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    Just simply stunning.
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    Chas, your work always amazes me.
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    Chas your work as always is impeccable. I really like the walnut & oak and sapele one the woods go very well together
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    Not much more needs to be said. The boxes do all the talking.
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    What more needs to be said. Great job

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    Personally i just love the beech finish ring one. But the rest are all marvelous too.
    cheers

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    Beautiful!!!
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    Just beautiful Chas.
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    Wow Chas those are great looking. So how do you get the twist on the lids? ( I must have missed the previous post)
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