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This is a Krenov style cabinet that I have been wanting to build for a while now. the construction is mostly mortise and tenon some dowels are also used on the cabint. The finish is blo and wax. The wood is walnut birds eye maple ebony and some blistered koa the blistered koa came from a sawyer that worked in hawaii back in the 80’s he had said that this particular koa he only saw once i have looked around the internet and only found a guitar made from the blistered koa.
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Breath taking Koa. All the glory be to God for giving us such beautiful woods to work with. Excellent craftsmanship. Beautifully done.
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