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sad sam08/05/2012 17:57:24
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hi all this is my entry in our club compition which is tomorrow evening i hope you like it

there is more pictures in my album it is a sort of how to

i hope you like it    sadsam

Edited By sad sam on 08/05/2012 17:59:26

Wolfie08/05/2012 18:30:45
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Many congrats sadsam. That is truly a wonderful piece of work. There is no way on earth that I will try to copy that one! I know just how much work is involved and I said never again! I am sure it will do very well in the comp. very well done indeed and good luck. Cheers. Ian

dennis wake08/05/2012 19:07:28
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hi Robby

i look forward to seeing this it is verry good. dont think i will enter my measley bowl in to the comp now seeing this. only kiding it is the taking part that counts the winning is just a bonus.

good look to you

dennis

Oddjob08/05/2012 20:14:55
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Brilliant! How could it not win?

Richard

Derek Lane08/05/2012 20:55:16
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This to me certainly deserves a placing within any competition. Great piece of craftsmanship always look forward to whatever you build

sad sam09/05/2012 13:03:00
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hi there

many thanks for all your comments either myself or dennis will let you know the outcome

and post pictures of the winners and entrees

here is a list of the woods used in this project

the chessboard inlay is maple and african walnut

the inlaid edging is mahogany

the top board is made of four pieces of tulip wood

the drawers and middle bits are mahogany

the bottom board is maruba

the chess pieces are oak and mahogany

and the rest is oak

it was all made from bits and pieces from other projects

and a total cost of nothing  hooray

time taken to make for bloody ever

Edited By sad sam on 09/05/2012 13:06:23

Edited By sad sam on 09/05/2012 13:09:16

paul wagstaffe09/05/2012 16:07:18
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Typical just when I think I am getting good at woodwork, then I see something that brings me back down to earth, I still have lots to learn. It's my dream to produce such craftsmanship. Well done Sam that's fantastic.

Paul (getting ready for the TT in the isle of Man)

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