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Very nice inlay. What thickness is it? Veneer?
 

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Thanks, I actually use solid wood inlays,,, 1/8 to 1/2 in thick
 

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This is beautiful- both the table and the inlays. And I really like the use of the slab for the table top. It gives the piece a natural look and appeal.

How did you finish the piece?

Thanks for the post this is truly an outstanding piece of furniture.
 

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Thanks Scott, the top of that piece is a poured 2 part epoxy, equal to 60 coats of polly
 

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A.T. that is a beatiful piece. I have yet to do inlays but when I do I hope you don't mind if I ask you for some pointers.
 

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Beautiful. I envy your inlay talent.
 

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I'd like to learn how to do that, but I don't even have a scroll saw! Both your pieces are beautiful.
 

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Very nice! I have never attempted inlay work.
 

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Great inlay work. I like the subject.
 

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WOW ! seeing stunning work like this makes me realize just how "green" I am. Very nice work!
 

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I'm stuck on "wow!". I just love the attention to detail in your work. Terrific table!
 

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Great work on the inlays. Awesome!
 

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What a beautiful piece of craftsmanship, Awesome!
 

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nice work again!
 

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That is spectacular. Your inlays are beautiful.
 
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