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Posted on Can you please help me identify wood species on some older furniture?

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#1 posted 03-04-2013 05:07 AM

ShaneA- right on. Thanks for the reply. I have to agree with you on the quality factor. Oh man, this guy loved working with wood. You can look at the projects he took on and see the love.
His wife always had cats and they treated the cat like the cat thought it should be treated. His daughter gave my bf and I the cat bed he made for us to share with the 3 felines who run our house and chase the dog and it is the coolest thing i have ever seen. He did the wood and she sewed the cusions and the quality and care are so obvious. My lil stinker hopped in and didnt move for.5 hours when we brought it home.
Check this thing out. The only adjustment was to the leather webbing bc it stretched out.

Thanks again. I think the different mahogs make sense. The. First dresser def has some different looking woods on it.

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