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post #1 of 10 Old 09-16-2014, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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Opinion about a work of joiner.

I would like to know your opinion on work done by a few colleagues and myself in the training school of woodworker and carving.

The work is that i took a pictures off.

I also would like too know your opinion about the budget of the parts.














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post #2 of 10 Old 09-16-2014, 04:58 PM
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very nice stuff, the last one is quite impressive with the detail carvings.
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Nice pieces. Not sure what you mean by "materials budget" though.

Where are you from?
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Nothing to do with your post about a joiner. Not sure what you are wanting. Try the intro section. Just pics of a finished product. Did you build it? Got pics of the build?
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Sorry! Maybe I was not very clear because my english is not so good...

I did these pieces with my colleagues at the school of woodworker and carving in Portugal.

The pieces were inspired in Roman Empire furniture, and weve done it for a yearly show in our city, Braga - ancient Bracara Augusta - that has more than 2000 years and lots of Romans archeological heritage.

So... I wanted to know the commercial value of the pieces . In other words, assuming that we want to sell them, how much should we charge.

If anyway has experience in selling pieces like that, we would appreciate the help!

Ill attach a few more pics from the construction process.

Thanks!
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this its the pictures of building processe of the round table.










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This its the pictures of the building processe of ancient chair.







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This its the pictures for building processe of the chaise long.






















of course they are not all the photos, the process is much longer.
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it is impressive work.

unfortunately I cannot assist you with your question, I suspect the european market would be drasticly different from america anyway, but good luck!
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The value of any piece is whatever the market will support......different people put different value on things
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