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Bean

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Hi all still not used to this but here goes just the one photo of a pair of matching display cases made from European Oak Floorboards


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Hope you like it

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Horst and I dont know why its not there :cry:

I'm going to curl up in a ball now


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No its there now only its a bit BIG ...................I give up

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I can certainly see the photograph; the cabinet does look good, although there's rather too much reflection in the glass panel to be able to see it very clearly.

Better luck with the photography next time, Bean
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Gill I have to admit that I did not take the photo, it was sent to me by my customer. I didnt want to complain.

Oh yes thanks for the comments

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Nice one Bean

Now how about photos of the dozen or so boxes, the oak dining table, the computer table, the cabinet you recently finished..... :wink:
 

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Bean, can't tell if they are glass or mirror doors? Looks good though.

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Very nice Bean, what was it used to display?
 

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Hi all thanks for your kind comments, as said previously the photo is one sent by the customer, and not mine.
The door is glass and approx 3' x 2' the cases, as there are two of them will be used to display a collection of knives.

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