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Wow I love the wood selection in this piece :)




Charles Nicholls
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Bill those are completely awesome.


Can you please name the species by part? What is the side? What is the top? What is the Lid?


Thanks Bill, I am blown away by this.




John Morris
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I am not sure, yet, how to work or navigate this site so please be patient with me.



Hi all, the two subject boxes are made with my scrap wood left over from my rocking chairs and tables. The side view box is made using Mesquite on the side & ends with burled Redwood and epoxy on the top with fossils and petrified wood mix.



The second box has Bastogne Walnut sides with the top the same as box one. You can see more of these boxes on my web site at www.kappelusa.com scroll to bottom of the opening page.



This end table is just scrap burled Walnut & Claro Walnut for the top with inlays of petrified wood and Argentine Mesquite

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Bill you are doing great at navigating. I love the look of those boxes. Man that is some beautiful work.




Bill said:


I am not sure, yet, how to work or navigate this site so please be patient with me.



Hi all, the two subject boxes are made with my scrap wood left over from my rocking chairs and tables. The side view box is made using Mesquite on the side & ends with burled Redwood and epoxy on the top with fossils and petrified wood mix.



The second box has Bastogne Walnut sides with the top the same as box one. You can see more of these boxes on my web site at www.kappelusa.com scroll to bottom of the opening page.



This end table is just scrap burled Walnut & Claro Walnut for the top with inlays of petrified wood and Argentine Mesquite



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