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    She needed a desk too

    My best client, ( My daughter ) going off to school needed a TV stand shown in another thread and also a desk, no drawers, 29" tall 60" wide 20" deep with a cross bar for her little tiny feet and a thin front profile to slide up under with a higher than normal chair.
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    She seemed to like it and it goes so well with her blue rolling chair.
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    Shaz,

    wow, what a great table! Reminds me of the 'Monk's table' that Nahm built a few seasons ago, what with the stretcher and all. Beautiful finish and that wood is just incredible.
    -Ned

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    That is a handsome desk.

    Sort of reminds me a bit of G&G with the design elements placed in different areas.

    Joe

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    Well Shaz, You've gone and done it again! Beautiful desk! I really like the little design elements and the figure in that wood is great!

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    Great piece. I love the details. Is the top veneer?
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    Awesome, Shaz

    As usual, your craftsmanship and attention to detail are well represented. What a great gift that will last forever. I bet your daughter is thrilled.

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    Very Nice!

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    That is one great looking table, Shaz. Simple, yet fucntional. What more can one ask from a piece of furniture?

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    Is it knock down?

    I only ask, as kids going off to school tend to move frequently for a few years.

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    I don't care what style you call it, I like it.

    I would take it any time.

    Very, very nice.

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