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This is a great looking Sideboard Tom, I bet your wife loved it.
 

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Excellent job!
 

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Looks great! Now your wife knows that years of hounding will eventually pay off!

The side panels look really nice - much better than smooth plywood.
 

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great looking sideboard. The arched front is a nice detail as are the rasied panels.
 

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Very very nice, the grain of the oak is super
 

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Beautiful sideboard Tom!

I'm sure your wife is very appreciative and it has special value to her knowing you made it. I love your design and know it will have many years of use.
 

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Beautiful piece Tom.
The design and balance are just right and the overall feel is warm and inviting the touch.

.................. and I'm not even a fan of either arts and crafts or Oak !
 

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Nice job, what finish did you use ?
 

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Excellent work and craftsmanship!!! My wife has wanted a blanket chest for almost 15 years now. I think she finally gave up. Maybe I'll surprise her in the next 15 years. This is gorgeous work, keep it up.
 

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Your original details caught my eye and made me take a closer look. Wow! very nice sideboard.
 

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I like the solid-panels as well, looks like a large router….or was it done on table saw? How about the dentil moldings, did you buy or make them yourself?

Nice details, really solid hardware, looks great.
 

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Very nice cabinet
 

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To answer the questions: concerning the finish, I used a 10% thinned polyurethane applied with a HVLP sprayer. On the dentils, I cut them myself with a jig on my tablesaw using a dado blade. Thanks for all the generous comments.
 

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Looks great…interesting design : )
 
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