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    a WATCH box

    A box for a friend to store his watches. Nothing fancy inside but I think he will like it. Sort of a surprise as he asked me about one some time back. Thanks for looking.

    Walnut, Ash, Poplar, plywood (drawer bottoms). Danish Oil and poly finish with a few coats of wax. I cut them on the sled I made earlier: http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...atable-TS-Sled

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    Very nice, Robert! Great layout, execution, and choice of woods.
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    Beautiful! I'd like to see a picture of his expression when he sees that!
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    WOW! It's a beauty, Robert. He's gonna love it.

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    Very nice!!

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    Wow, that's a great-looking piece. I'm sure your friend will be blown away.
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    Very cool Robert. The geometric/repeating pattern for a piece hat holds watches feels very appropriate to me.
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