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    Re: Number 9

    Just another link in the chain of fine woodworking coming out of your shop. You nailed another one.
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    Re: Number 9

    It's amazing how the same design can look so different from one another. It's like each one has it's own personality.

    This one is drop dead beautiful - but are the other 8 as well.
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    Re: Number 9

    Quote Originally Posted by Leo Voisine View Post
    It's amazing how the same design can look so different from one another. It's like each one has it's own personality.

    This one is drop dead beautiful - but are the other 8 as well.

    I agree with Leo, this one is as beautiful as any you've made. The fact that wood has a different grain, color and figure, even when coming from the same log, means that every woodworking piece is unique. That's one of the reasons I like working with wood.


    Edit: I opened the pics after I sent this reply. In the enlarged pic, there's some curl visible on that butt bucket! Cool.
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    Thank you my friends. Butt bucket! I love it!
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    Re: Number 9

    Very nice indeed. When can I expect delivery?
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    Re: Number 9

    Beautiful work!
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    Re: Number 9

    As usual, great chair, Dale!

    That walnut is gorgeous
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    Re: Number 9

    Every time I look at one of your chairs I'm completely blown away by your skill.
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    Re: Number 9

    That wood is just to die for! And I don't get tired with the design. I've never seen a more beautiful rocking chair. I'd have some indecision if I saw this chair in person, drool over the wood and finish, or keep gawking at the design. It would take me a LONG time to decide to sit in it.
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