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Made using solid cherry and mahogany . The main challenge with cradle was to ballance so it would sit perfectly upright . This was a custom order from a customer to give as a baby shower gift to her daughter . I was later told “it was the star of the baby shower ” MISSION COMPLETED !
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Thank you Sulayman . Best wishes if you decide to make one ,in my eyes it was a much needed improvment and worth every minute when finished . I'd love to see the photo if you bulid one .
Your re-invented heirloom cradle is beautiful.It is well thought out and yet with nice lines. I like it! Might try to copy it.
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