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Gorgeous G&G hall table!!!!
 

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Nice!
 

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Beautiful table. I like how the tiger grain gives the illusion of contours. Well done.
 

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wow, what a beauty, and what is the finish, its amazing
thanks for sharing,
 

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Very Nice Project & Well Done!
 

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Beautiful work!
 

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yeah thats a real nice g&g style table,what wood and finish did you use.the only thing i might have done differently is put some taper on the legs to give it a lighter feel.great job.
 

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It's cherry and ebony. Danish oil finish. I did taper the legs some, but not enough.
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It s cherry and ebony. Danish oil finish. I did taper the legs some, but not enough.
Sorry, but I can t figure out how to respond to individual posts.

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a response on the thread is fine if you want to respond only to the person asking the question just go on their home page and click on send a message.
 

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I really like this! I like seeing some variation from the typical nondescript wood usually used in G&G furniture. Great job.
 

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Very nice.
 

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Nice work. I rather like it's formidable stance and the slight taper in the legs look great to me.
 

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That is really nice! I want one for my hallway.
 

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Beautiful work, I imagine she was well chuffed !
 

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Great job! How did you cut out the drawer front for the continuous grain pattern on the front?
 
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