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    My chests

    Hello! This is my first message here, sorry for my english
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    Nice!

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    Thank you!

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    Very nice, Dmitry! We would love to know more about how you made the chests. And no worries about your English. I'm sure we will be able to understand what you tell us.
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    Those are very nice. Please show us how you make them
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    Fantastic Dmitry What is the story on the wood? Love them

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    Welcome to the forum/family Dmitry!!
    You speak our language, woodworking!!!!!
    Like the others, would like to know more about your chests. My wife and I would call them trunks.
    Jon

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    Welcome to the Family, Dmitry!

    Don't worry about your English - we'll figure it out. Please give us details about your chest.
    Bill Arnold
    Citizen of Texas residing in Georgia.
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    nice work Dmitry,

    thanx for sharing your flatwork.
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    Welcome aboard, Dmitry! Those chests are real works of art.

    Don't worry about your English; my Russian is nothing to brag about.
    Cheers,
    Roger


    The other member of Mensa, but not the NRA

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