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    End tables for the MIL

    Finished these up last week. They are for my MIL but they fit our Craftsman house so much better I want to keep them!

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    Nice!
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    I agree. Very nice.
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    Yes, very nice!
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    Nicely done

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    Beautiful work .........
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    Very nice
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    Definitely fitting for your craftsman style Jeff, so I sure hope the IL appreciates them, very nice and well done

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    Beautiful tables. Time for another pair for your house ;-) Looks like mahogany or is that the finish?
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    Real nice work on the tables Jeff..

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