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Based on original from Watervliet NY community. Shown in Kassay’s and Handberg’s books. Details are faithful to the original piece, however I changed the proportions, height and drawer graduations to suit my tastes. The door opening was also increased for pratical considerations. Solid Cherry throughout, with Poplar as secondary wood.
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Great job! How many hours do you think you put in to building this piece? I would like to build one with glass doors.
Beautiful piece, Rob, and the kind of thing I hope to make in the near future.
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