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Nicely done, Edward. Curious about the ebony and wenge use - mixing them for the pegs?
 

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yeah g&g is definitely on my fav list.i used a lot of darrells tips and elements when i made my g&g hall table,hes a true master of that style.you did a beautiful job on this one.maybe he'll chime in.
 

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Fine craftsmanship Edward! Also impressive is that you got such clear reflections of other A&C style elements in the room, yet nary an errant picture of the photographer 8^)
 

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Nice work Edward. Enjoyed looking at all your previous work. Well done.
 

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Realy outstanding frame. You can't miss with G&G. Nicely catched stairs on first photo.
 

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To Mark Kornell- Pegs making from ebony, splines from wenge.
Thank you Ivan. I think after a while I will make G&G staircase too. This is my hobby and I need time to this large project.
Thank you everyone!
 

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Beautiful Mirror! Love your design.
 

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Definitely first thought the mirror was comprised of both a frame and an inset set of stairs…
 

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@ Will, Funny you said that just now. I was thinking the same thing. But as I keep looking I realized that I was wrong.
This is a very nice looking mirror for sure!
 

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To my regret I have not backdrop and professional lighting for the making good quality photographs, therefore I made its on the wall.
 

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Your mirror is so nice there is no need to have a backdrop. Your mirror speaks for it self it's beautiful.

I liked how you took the fist photo.
If it were me I would have taken that photo exactly the same way you did. Plus…You gave me an idea. I was thinking how I could make a 3-D Shadow box with stairs in it just as seen in your photo. It's just so interesting to look at…
 

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very nice I love it !!!!!
 
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