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I build this in the early 80’s for my Mom & Dad’s 40th wedding anniversary. At the time I was living in Midland Michigan and shipping was a big concern due to the size. When I called to get an estimate there was no choice but to ship it as used furniture. Luckily it made it to Spokane, WA all in one peace. The cove molding and panels were made on my table saw. The finish is natural stain with a rub on MinWax finish. I can’t say as to style other than it just worked out given the tools I had at the time.
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I don't speek Spanish but thanks to Google translater I appriciate your comments. Muchas gracias
muy bonito el mueble, felicitaciones!!!
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