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Outstanding, Monte. The two grain patterns work well. Love that panel grain.
 

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Looks great!
 

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WOW….that is sure some beautiful wood Monte. Nice execution on the build sir.
 

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Great, Monte! I like the subtle contrast in the woods.
 

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Congratulations on pushing the bookbinderies and succeeding! Hope it catches a few eyes. What finish did you go with?
 

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VERY NICE, but not for me.

WAAAY too much junk on my coffee table.

Come to think of it, that's probably why I need one. :)
 

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Excellent. I like it a lot.
 

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Very nice Monte. Really like the woods together.
 

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Good job on this…..would also be a great design for gun storage too.
 

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Good job Monte, like that table. The lift top is sweet.
 

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Nice design and execution for a beautiful table!
I believe in Norway they use that higher version of a coffee table!
 

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Miighty fine Monte. What finish did you do on this? Thnx in advance.
 

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Beautiful classic design, wood looks great, finish too.Practical way to store and hide various stuff.
 

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Well done…..
 

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Virtually everything we do now is sprayed with precat satin lacquer. 5 coats.
 

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a beautiful table, I love the figure in the wood, was this wood available from a local source or did you obtain it from an internet source, the finish is really nice looking, I'm wondering how well it holds up to the use it gets.
 

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Grizzman, I am happy to say that I only use wood I saw myself from local sources. I know I don't get some of the cool wood like others, but I try to make the best of what I get.
 
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