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    Some Work I Did for a Client

    These are some pieces I whipped up for a client who is looking for some classic Mission-style furniture. Most of these pieces are based on originals built around 1908.














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    Beautiful renderings Dave. Were you working from one of the original books or plans?
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    Thanks Brent. I was just looking at the pictures and a few drawings. The stuff I have has dimensions dimensions but they're too small for me to read.
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    Nice work Dave.
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    good work dave!
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    Masterfully done, Dave.
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    Nice looking drawings Dave. I like the look of them.

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    Those are some great looking drawings, Dave!
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    Thank you, all.

    Here are a few more for the same project.

    This is a modification of the dictionary stand. The tenons are too big for my taste but I only needed quick drawings for these. Things will get refined later.



    The fern stand you've probably seen before. This one has new materials added.



    And a small table.



    Again, based on designs from the early 1900's.
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    A lot nicer than my sketches lol nice job

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