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Thread: Bubinga Inlaid Box

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    Bubinga Inlaid Box

    Bubinga Box with Maple Burl and Ebony inlay. About 4" tall





    Thanks for looking

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    ron, very handsome lidded box. beautiful choice of woods as well. i hope you don't mind that i've saved some of your work to my files for inspiration? this will be another to add.
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    It is beautiful Ron. I like the contrasting colors of the wood. Well done.
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    Very well executed. You turned a nice box into a great box!

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    Beautiful job, as always, Ron!

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    Very impressive work Ron! Great color choices and a beautiful finish! Love the form and the way there are no seams between the various woods! Very nice work!
    Steve

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    Excellent work! The inlay really adds to the piece
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    Wow, that's nice! Your choice of woods is beautiful and the workmanship is perfect. I really like that!

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    Beautiful combination of different woods and a charming finish. A+++

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    Very nice, Ron! What did you use for that great finish?

    Thanks,

    Bill

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