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This chest is 46″(w)x20″(d)x23″(h). The boards are from a local, field grown walnut tree that I harvested in Wake County, N.C. The bottom is lined with cedar.The bread boards on the top are joined by sliding dovetails. Sides are joined by hand cut dovetails.
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Great job. How big was that walnut tree? Love the dovetails also
Beautiful chest. I am an admirer of the hand cut dovetails, as I do them too. I like the inlay, I haven't done one of those yet. Good design and proportions.
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