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Postby John Franzino » Fri, Apr 27 2007, 9:40AM

This is a Mahogany wine cellar we did
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Fri, Apr 27 2007, 2:45PM

Nice stuff John! How did you do the onlays?

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Postby Brian Shannon » Fri, Apr 27 2007, 3:19PM

Nice work John. I like the small 5 bottle rack too. A rack like that could be mounted as a finished end on an upper cabinet.


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Postby John Franzino » Fri, Apr 27 2007, 3:22PM

Thank you,
The onlays were perchased from Enkeboll Inc.

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Postby Peter Walsh » Sun, Apr 29 2007, 12:57PM

John,
This is sweet work nicely done. I'll bet it was cranky scribing the edges to the masonry. Nice finish. What was the wood, stain, etc.?
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Postby John Franzino » Mon, Apr 30 2007, 5:55PM

Peter,
Its all solid mahogany with a laquer finish. no stain.

John


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