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Thread: The old chair

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    The old chair

    This was barn fresh when I got it but lost my phone and the pic's. It was nasty !

    So we re-veneered the back and front and replaced the mostly missing wood beading around the edge and finished with a leather seat insted of this wild fabric the customer picked out. She was very happy LOL I also used my Walnut formula

    Last edited by Dave Hawksford; 03-13-2012 at 02:21 PM.
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    More beautiful work, Dave.
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    Very nice - you do some incredible stuff Dave
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    Very nice work ...........................MB
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    it would be a shame to put that back in the barn. It's beautiful!

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