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Beautifully done. Interested in your finish as it looks great.
 

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Beautiful wood and job building this desk. The raised breadboard ends will serve a purpose to keep pencils on the desk.
 

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Seriously nice work!
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Agreed - nice finish what was it?
 

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Beautiful attention to detail. Outstanding work.
 

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Positively beautiful!!... So fine…
 

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love g&g design and anything darrell creates is always stunning.you killed it on this desk man.love your pulls nicely done.the wood on the top is just gorgeous.you gotta be proud of this.
 

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That came out beautiful and I agree the design is very attractive, a big desk, but it appears light and open.
 

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Great execution Ken! The result is a display of craftsmanship.
 

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Just gorgeous!
 

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Very nice work!
 

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Thank you all, I'm pretty proud of it. The finish is 4-6 coats of Liberon Furniture oil which is my go to finish for Cherry, Walnut and Mahogany. Yes, I will need to build my first chair to fo with it
 

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Liberon furniture Oil, 5-6 coats
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Well made. What finish?

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Love it. Nice work Ken. It was looking through your projects page. Man, you make some nice stuff. I really liked those scarf joints on your patio cover. Very cool…
 

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Fantastic! I love that G&G. Someday, when I get more skilled I'd love to try something like that.
 
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