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    old barn platter

    15 3/4 x 1 3/4 ambrosia maple with a bit of burl. Thought the grain looked like a sun going down in the middle of no where. So through a old barn in just couse i thought it needed one.Click image for larger version. 

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    sweet!
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    Beautiful!!!
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    oooh lala! Perfect placement of the barn to capture the "scene" in the grain. Very nicely done!

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    Man oh Man, Stephen!!! That is fantastic! The barn placement is just right! Good job!

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    I love it!

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    Magnificent !!!!!


    Magnificent!!!!!! Very well done.
    David

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    That's awesome, Steve. Great job on the platter, and the extra embellishment it top-notch.
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