The McDaddy of Serving Trays

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Project by JCWoodworker posted 1335 days ago 1531 views 1 time favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

*Customer wanted a serving tray for his very large home. I am guessing he had butlers that served guests all the time. This piece was designed by me based on the customers needs. Made out of solid cherry, 32”w-16”d-28”tall. This piece was put together without using any kind of metal (nail, screw,etc….) not including wheels, all just wood on wood. Total Cost $2,800.00

-- John Cahill

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#1 posted 1335 days ago

Lovely lines. Nice.

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#2 posted 1335 days ago

What was the design/build time?

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#3 posted 1335 days ago

Build time was 1 week

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#4 posted 1335 days ago

man, I’d love to make $2,800/week woodworking!!! you must of hit a jackpot of a market.

-- Hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood!!!!

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#5 posted 1334 days ago

Elegant piece. The curves are just right.

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#6 posted 1334 days ago

How did you finish this piece, I really like the colour.

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#7 posted 1334 days ago

very nice..i like the stain too

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