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I got this finished the other day. My customer had seen a similar one I built and asked for this with provision for files in the two bottom drawers. He also wanted it transportable so the top and upper drawers are separate from the pedestals. It is made in AWO with a 2 pac clear finish. Drawer runners are all soft close.
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Lovely bit of work there. :thumbright:
If you don't mind me asking how much would that piece cost roughly?


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Yes. Nice job that! :thumbright:


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Nice work!.. :thumbright:

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Another fine job, fantastic workmanship

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Looks a really nice job I bet it was one of those jobs you love doing as well .1 question are the draw fronts solid awo if so how are the bottom fronts joined. :salute:


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thanks guys. Well Webster I did enjoy making this, love working with solid woods. The two bottom drawer fronts were joined with the Domino and reinforced with two strips set into the back vertically.
Steviejoiner, the cost of this was around £1000 as the handles were pretty expensive and the customers choice.

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some solid work there! handles to look really fancy :)


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Wow really good work here! Im going to have a look through other pictures on this forum thread to see what other amazing things people create!


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