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made from old doors out of our house before I remodeled it , early 1900's, most of the shelf and trim is from old wood work trim boards from the house, made four of them ,gave them to my girls and wife.

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Sweet.

 

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Very nice

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Hey, that's sharp!  Do NOT show that to my wife....I've got too many projects...

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well done lonnie 👍

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Looks great 

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Nice work!

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Really cool!

 

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Beautiful craftsmanship.

 

Congrats on creating an outstanding product.

 

All I can suggest is that you write down all of the dates, names, and details of the project so future family generations will know what you did making the items more valuable to your relatives.

 

This was suggested to me by an antiques dealer in Philadelphia back in the 70's and I have 3x5 cards taped to the back of a lot of furniture in our house so when my daughter-in-law throws it away after we croak at least she will know about its history. But that is another touchy subject we will not dwell on at this time. :) 

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Look really nice, just like the one from catalog, lol.

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On 1/6/2019 at 2:21 AM, Sam said:

Beautiful craftsmanship.

 

Congrats on creating an outstanding product.

 

All I can suggest is that you write down all of the dates, names, and details of the project so future family generations will know what you did making the items more valuable to your relatives.

 

This was suggested to me by an antiques dealer in Philadelphia back in the 70's and I have 3x5 cards taped to the back of a lot of furniture in our house so when my daughter-in-law throws it away after we croak at least she will know about its history. But that is another touchy subject we will not dwell on at this time. :) 

sure hope she doesn't. the. personal touch has no price. and can never e replaced. I did make a list of very piece of the project, as it either came from the old original house or the barn on our property, and of course I had to remind them of the two old batchlers that lived her forever. we always teased the kids that any time we heard an unexplained noise or something the it was there ghost running around. . so I did put nails and screws from the original wood work or doors in a jar and told them that there spirit would always be with them!!😁 

On 1/6/2019 at 7:12 PM, JustJames said:

Look really nice, just like the one from catalog, lol.

I did save some of the paint, if you need it for your body art work!😀

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