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Just wanted to share this latest project. Finished this two seater for a lovely couple. The frame is yakal, crown is molave, Back splats in balayong and base in ipil. The seat is hand gouged top and bottom from a one piece 4" thick saray wood slab. All woods used are reclaimed from old houses as with all my projects. The couple received the love seat yesterday and were so happy with it. And that is why we enjoy what we do. Have a great day guys!

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Beautiful work. Looks like many man-hours there in details, which, against a white back-ground, would scream- hey! look here….
 

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Excellent artisitic design!
 

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As always, a wonderful piece! And the woods you have over there blow my mind!!!! Thanks for sharing…
 

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Very interesting design and beautiful. The wood grain on the seat is extraordinary.
 

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outstanding - the seat could be a piece of wall art by itself
 

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Every piece of this is just so beautiful. From the slender sculpted piece that supports the arm, to the slotted and dotted? back splats to the amazing seat. Your artistic vision is matched so well to your skill.
 

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Beautiful work and great design.
Excellent craftsmanship!!!
Congrats
Jon
 

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Another winner, beautiful.
 

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Yes beautiful. Work of art.
 

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wow another gorgeous piece benji,i just love seeing what you create.the wood in the seat looks like it's flowing water.i see a lot of maloof influences in this.what was your finish on this.cant say enough my friend,over the top.
 

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Swirt stole my lines :eek:)...beautiful, artistic and useful all in one. Another fantastic piece and one lucky couple!
 

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Benji, You Da Man! I always look forward to what comes out of your head and hands! LOL!
 

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Beautiful chair and woods, great work as usual.
 

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That is an awesome chair. What are it's overall dimensions?
 

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Benji: The beautiful woods show off with a masterful creation. A fantastic project.
 

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Beautiful work. Your creations are always pleasing and original and alway functional. This one, like others, is inspiring to me and others. Thanks for sharing.
 

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You did it Again, Benji!

Great work!

Thank you!
 

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Wow, excellent craftsmanship and that grain is spectacular. At first it looked to me like a chair for a child (small) but then I read your description. That's great work, no doubt it was picked for top 3. Very deserving, congrats!
 
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