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  1. #11
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    Yeah, nice table Ken, so happy to see you back.
    cheers

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    Thanks everybody. I appreciate the kind words. Nice to be back.
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    Looks great, Ken. As I recall from earlier photos and discussions, you've got some other pieces around your house with a similar style, so this new addition should fit right in.
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    fit is fine ken with your other work good to hear from you, maybe you can get free this summer and drop over
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    Yup, I have some other tables made in the same style and spirit. I guess maybe there's a fine line [maybe not so fine] between consistency and being boring, but simple lines and traditional joinery are what I tend to do. Partly it's because I am not very creative in general, and usually keep to the rectilinear lines, and classic proportions. Larry, it would be great to see you, in MI, NY or wherever.

    Here are the other tables.


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  6. #16
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    Very elegant table. Love it.
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    Nice, clean design and well done. What's not to like?
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