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ca 1910 Grueby tiles in Arts and Crafts Style frames. Quartersawn White Oak. Liberon Dark Golden Oak Aniline alcohol Dye Stain, jazzed up Red Mahogany Minwax stain. Deft Spray Lacquer.
Copper Blacksmith rivets half-lap construction on one frame Black LeeValley screws in the other.

Diamond tile has especially nice curdled glaze. ,

Blue tile is a more rare Grueby design.

I bought the wood at a local Woodcraft store. Last months oak special.
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Diamond piece is currently on ebay".. feel free ask any questions. I named this design "Steampunk Arts and Crafts Style"
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Beautiful Design & Craftsmanship, Dan. It's nice to see your sill kicking out the projects.
 

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Great work Dan
 

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Beautiful work! I love the overly rounded edges.
 

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superb man!
 

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What do you do with it?
 

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Hey Lumber Buds… Thanks for all the nice comments.

the heavy champher, Lincoln-log style is something I enjoy..
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here is a great example that I have found inspiring
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great work dan

timeless pieces

good to see you again
 

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I don't really get it but I like it….....
 

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Very nice & I like the photo against the brick.
 

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Good one buddy. No one could say they aren't original.
 

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Thanks again guys ! Just keeping myself entertained
 

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Dan;

Your frames are always spectacular.

Lee
 

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Wow!

Love the copper against the stained oak.

Lew
 

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these are fantastic…i just checked out the sale and it has 14 minutes…good luck…
 

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Beautiful details, you are really a master of details.
Best thoughts,
Mads
 

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another cool design… looking forward to viewing more of your frames!
 
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