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Last Post 23 Dec 2008 02:18 AM by Eli Polite. 35 Replies.
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30 Oct 2008 03:54 AM
Eli,  we have repeat customers we make furniture type things for.  no money in it but tons of referals.  These few folks we do the secrect pricing for we adore so  the money is no big woop.    Excellent workmanship.   I love the walnut burl too,  a popular choice on head stocks and pick guards.
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30 Oct 2008 04:06 AM
here is a burled walnut sun burst i did over a year ago i have it stored away waiting for that special project. getting the book match on something like this is not an easy thing


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30 Oct 2008 03:31 PM


All I can say is WOW, thats sooooooooo nice  !



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02 Nov 2008 05:46 PM
i will have more pics next week ill be putting that thing in the bag on monday or tuesday
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16 Nov 2008 03:29 AM
i bagged the table today and got some pics it looks great ill try to post them up sometime this week end. i haven't worked out the finishing schedule yet when i do ill post that as well
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18 Nov 2008 11:22 PM

Sweet man ... Crazy sweet.... love the woods you picked to use !

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19 Nov 2008 01:46 AM
Eli, that is simply beautiful. Very nicely done.
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19 Nov 2008 03:30 AM
ill have more as i do the finish at this point it is treated with boiled linseed oil it has to cure for a week and than i can start the finishing process that should take about 2 weeks
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05 Dec 2008 12:52 AM
i will be building a base for this one the wood used is sapele (pommele), anigre(bees wing), and maple (quilted)


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05 Dec 2008 07:17 AM
Ellegance and excellence Eli  !  P.S.   I think we have the same rug
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21 Dec 2008 02:17 AM
i finished it today here is a pic
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21 Dec 2008 11:30 AM
What type of finish did you spray on it?  Looks pretty shiny.  Nice work.
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22 Dec 2008 03:48 AM
i did a varnish
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22 Dec 2008 03:32 PM

 

WOW ! Outstanding job, look great !

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23 Dec 2008 02:18 AM
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