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Thread: Pet urn in walnut and ebony

  1. #11
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    That's beautiful Rennie
    So mote it be,

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    Excellent work for a worthy need.
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    well done rennie,, nice wood too
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    I think it is excellent Rennie. From where I'm sitting, you got the sheen just perfect.
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    I echo the "Excellent all round project" in fact excellent does not seem enough. Kudos to you Rennie you got this style down to a T.

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    Beautiful job Rennie, I'm sure the new owner will appreciate it much.
    Darren

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    Thanks to all for the kind words. To the eagle eyes out there, yes, it is the old style lid. First, it's what the customer wanted, and second, the amount of wood he supplied would not allow the redesign.
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    Rennie, this is a great looking piece. You did a great job on this project as always.
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