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Black walnut live edge table

Inlayed smoked glass bought for $5 at garage sale. Turquoise in the knot hole. The base is from mostly sap wood,

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post #2 of 15 Old 04-30-2012, 08:40 PM
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Very nice and interesting piece. I like the base design. Right up my alley.

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Very nice and interesting piece. I like the base design. Right up my alley.


heres some other work I've done

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I'm not getting anything from your link.
I've seen your work before. Your style is like mine. Unique. Not your run of the mill log and slab style furniture. It's good to see more rustic stuff on here. Keep up the good work.
Are you located in Michigan?

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I'm not getting anything from your link.
I've seen your work before. Your style is like mine. Unique. Not your run of the mill log and slab style furniture. It's good to see more rustic stuff on here. Keep up the good work.
Are you located in Michigan?


ya .... Saginaw. MI

I've also seen your work .. great work and stay with it. Doesn't seem to be many live edge designs/workers on here.

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ya .... Saginaw. MI

I've also seen your work .. great work and stay with it. Doesn't seem to be many live edge designs/workers on here.
Cool. I just got a log cabin up in iron river the U.P
I like rustic because.....

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I like your design also. Very good looking piece.
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Very cool Leatherneck and a great re-use of material with the glass.

Also....where the hell have you been hiding?!?!
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I like your work and design.
It is not ordinary!
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Very cool Leatherneck and a great re-use of material with the glass.

Also....where the hell have you been hiding?!?!

ACP .. been around peeping in but just haven't posted much .. I'm going to get more time on here and less face book time .. lol

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Cool stuff !!!

Very nice work.
I like this type of craftsmanship.
I have some small pieces of mountain cedar, called scrub cedar here in Texas, that I make clocks out of.

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Where did I put that tape measure???
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I work live edge and logs, so there are some of us out there. You do finer joinery than I do. If it can't be shaped with a chainsaw I'm not interested in doing it.
I also like the piece. The base is unique, like Dom mentioned.

Family is still in Michigan. I left during the 82 recession.
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I like your work. The designs you are building seem to be quite popular these days. Do you sell your stuff? If you do, I imagine your sales are pretty brisk?

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I like your work. The designs you are building seem to be quite popular these days. Do you sell your stuff? If you do, I imagine your sales are pretty brisk?

Bret
I haven't sold much (a few pieces) But I have been asked many times. They'll go to family when i get tired of looking at them.

not sure if this link will work but here's some others I've done

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I haven't sold much (a few pieces) But I have been asked many times. They'll go to family when i get tired of looking at them.

not sure if this link will work but here's some others I've done

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...3&l=9658b346b0
Nice pics. But would be Easier to view in your photo album. Just a thought.

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