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The whole thing was designed around the glass in the door, From an old family piece I have saved. Quarter sawn white oak.
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Lovely craftsmanship.[thumb][thumb][thumb]
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Ken.
        Another total success, well done. looking at a few of the finer points for this, I notice you have
1   Mitered the door frame to match the beveled glass.
2   Blind dovetailed the draw fronts.
3   Lovely touch with the black tram-line detail on the top carried on to the slides at the bottom, sheer poetry.
4   All brass fittings, except for the hold-down bolt which I guess is all you could get. 
5   good old fashioned draw sides instead of those hateful nylon things used today.
6   Finaly the craftsmanship is among the finest I have seen in an item of that size.

Far to good for Flies to live in, I bet they think it is Fly heaven. [biggrin][biggrin] LOL iggy.

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  Thanks Ian , Since he's a cowboy and his wife wanted me to make a Fly tying station I thought it was part of the rodeo. This thing took me awhile as I was still working at the time. lol
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Really well done . I really like the drawer slides.
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