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Endgrain chess board in chestnut and olive wood

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Endgrain chess board made with chestnut and olive wood. All wood km zero ar nearly so. The color of the black squares was obtained by exposing the wood to amonia fumes. Finnish in french pollish. Glue – “maestro d’ascia” poliurothane monocomponent by “saratoga”.

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a1Jim

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#1 posted 1657 days ago

Thats a great chess board Dinielle. Welcome to Ljs.

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#2 posted 1657 days ago

Very nice looking Chess board.

Welcome.

CtL

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#3 posted 1657 days ago

wonderful board well done

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#4 posted 1646 days ago

I really like the choice of wood.

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#5 posted 1644 days ago

Great looking board. and some nice fuming.

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#6 posted 1644 days ago

Great Lookin Board

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#7 posted 1387 days ago

i just saw this and I am inspired to use a similar boarder for my chess boards… Thanks for posting.. and thank you for you comments…

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