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Project by Ramesh Balara posted 773 days ago 1317 views 1 time favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This sideboard is made with indian rosewood and is painted the chinese style scenario.
THe base concept of this project is to provide people who like chinese senaries or painting but need final poduct with high quality in wood instead of chinese plywood. The product made with high quality wood and polished with
N.C base superior quality Lacquer.

-- Ramesh Balara





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Rick

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#1 posted 773 days ago

I believe this is SPAM. As it’s all Pre-Finished and has to be ordered from India, through his website shown on his Profile.

It’s been “Flagged” so we’ll see.

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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Ramesh Balara

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#2 posted 773 days ago

Dear Rick

You have been flagged as abusive and misleading person..
for the last time i am explaining you..
Firs of all read description for the item…
WE SARVODAYA EXPORT ARE MANUFACTURER AND EXPORTER OF INDIAN WOODEN FURNITURE…
IF YOU WANT WE CAN SEND YOU WHOLE 40 HIGH CUDE CONTAINER..( WHICH IS OUR MINIMUM QUANTITY)...
YOU ARE ALSO WELCOME TO VISIT OUR MANUFACTURING UNIT…

BY THE WAY HOW ARE YOU TO JUDGE US….WE DIRECTLY TAKE IT ON OUR REPUTATION…AS BEING EXPORTING SINCE LAST 7 YEARS…

r

-- Ramesh Balara

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Rick

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#3 posted 773 days ago

Oh GOODY for you! As I just said on your UNPLEASANT POSTING on your Profile.

This is a Wood …...WORKING Site! NOT a Buyer Or Distributor for PRE-MADE Furniture!

“for the last time i am explaining you..” That’s nice. I never could understand myself!

“YOU ARE ALSO WELCOME TO VISIT OUR MANUFACTURING UNIT…”. I’ll grab a Taxi and be right there!

“BY THE WAY HOW ARE YOU TO JUDGE US….WE DIRECTLY TAKE IT ON OUR REPUTATION…AS BEING EXPORTING SINCE LAST 7 YEARS…” OH ! WOW! Most of the Members on here have been at WOODWORKING for at least 3 or 4 times that long!

Anything else? “Ramesh++” Feel free!

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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Ramesh Balara

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#4 posted 773 days ago

Dear Rick

Please give me the contact number of taxi….it will be pleasant to know a taxi who can travel from canada to India…..atleast my 45k usd will be saved which we spent on showroom visits for our buyer’s feedbacks in europe and Usa.

waiting for your kind reply…please dont disappoint me…

-- Ramesh Balara

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Rick

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#5 posted 773 days ago

We ARE Done now!!!

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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Ramesh Balara

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#6 posted 773 days ago

Dear Rick

We give you a precious advice…
1. SHEESHAM WOOD or ROSEWOOD.. looks at its best when final polished…
and I KNOW THIS IS WOOD WORKING SITE…we are just sharing OUR NEW RANGE whcih we developed recently..
AND IS ALREADY GOING TO DISPATCH SOON…

2. We came here to share our ideas and to look for new ideas also…NO ONE IN THIS WORLD IS PERFECT…always remember this …these are the places where you learn..or get new ideas with manufacturing…

3. FOR U I DONT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING..but WE AT A TIME MANUFACTURE OUR PRODUCTS FOR TWO DIFFERENT PART OF WORLD..AT ONE PLACE WEATHER TEMPERATURE IS -30 DEGREE CELCIUS AND AT OTHER PLACE IT IS 50 DEGREE CELCIUS …it always a challage to keep furniture perfect for both places …isn’t it a challange to do this is what we do and always make our presence wher we can learn something…

-- Ramesh Balara

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KnickKnack

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#7 posted 773 days ago

You need to be careful Rick – too many comments and this may end up in the daily top 3!

Technically, I don’t think this is “Spam” in the normal sense.
That said, I personally don’t think it belongs on this site – if we were to allow this, then what’s to stop every manufacturer of furniture flooding us with their complete furniture catalogue? Ikea, Tectona etc etc. Are the next 15000 “projects” going to be from “Sarvodaya Export”? And then 10,000 from Ikea etc etc?

-- "Do not speak – unless it improves on silence." --- "Following the rules and protecting the regulations is binding oneself without rope."

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Ramesh Balara

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#8 posted 773 days ago

Dear KnickKnack

Here we will be posting items which are newly developed or designed…
IKEA is providing lowest quality of furniture ..
it’s funny to compare us with them…
In IKEA you find a sideboard worth 300 -400 USD made up of plywood or cheap wood … but here we posting is costing at least 1200+ USD generally you find high quality rosewood Indian furniture showrooms…
please note PLYWOOD is not considered as solid WOOD…

The Solid wood are , ACACIA , MANGO OR FRUIT WOOD, ROSEWOOD, TEAK WOOD, MAHOGANY OR CEDAR, and all wood came from the same family.
here in coming time we will be sharing how a designed furniture is made by showing the manufacturing pictures..

-- Ramesh Balara

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a1Jim

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#9 posted 773 days ago

That’s some amazing work .Beautiful.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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Everett1

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#10 posted 773 days ago

Did you personally make that furniture that is pictured? If not, I agree, this isn’t the place to post it.

If you did personally make that piece, then it belongs

Also, why would you paint rosewood? If your going to paint it, why not use a less expensive material? Unless my understanding of what Indian Rosewood is.

-- Ev in Framingham, MA

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Ramesh Balara

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#11 posted 773 days ago

Dear Everett1

” Did you personally make that furniture that is pictured? If not, I agree, this isn’t the place to post it.

If you did personally make that piece, then it belongs” my answer is yes

“Also, why would you paint rosewood? If your going to paint it, why not use a less expensive material? Unless my understanding of what Indian Rosewood is.”
You are right but Sheesham or rosewood is also used for durability if this item is made in mango / fruit wood or Acacia wood then these two wood always show cracks with time as both of these wood can’t be seasoned properly.

Whereas Rosewood is of superior quality which can be seasoned properly and the moisture can be maintained between 4-6 level which makes it more resistant to weather and if properly glued then the joints will never open in any case. also touch feels more smoother

-- Ramesh Balara

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Sirgreggins

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#12 posted 772 days ago

why would you paint indian rosewood?

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xylophage

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#13 posted 772 days ago

All I have to say is…Commercial garbage…This does not belong on this site. What a waste to paint rosewood…

-- D.A Winograsky

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Rick

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#14 posted 772 days ago

I’m done here!

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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thedude50

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#15 posted 772 days ago

I like the piece I have several pieces of furniture that was made by hand in India and would consider buying one of these I think this is great work I don’t think this is poorly made or garbage . I would like to see more of your stuff. I like that you are reading this site for ideas it is a global economy I would buy from you many times over before I would buy from IKEA Thanks for sharing and welcome to Lumberjocks I would love to have access to a large supply of this wood I would love to make a lot of furniture with Indian Rosewood I also like the Chinese style art

-- when I am not on Lumberjocks I am on @ http://thisoldworkshop.com where we allow free speech

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