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Project by waleedwaheed2013 posted 434 days ago 1099 views 4 times favorited 17 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is to Inform you Vase of ebony wood inlaid with precious stones and silver.
It is known that Ebony wood harder and harder in manufacturing because it like steel, it need spacial tool and needs a great time this vase was manufactured from raw materials from ebony trees about 200kg and the net weight of the vase only 20 kg , 75 cm length, 28 cm diameter and composed of 8 ribs.
And 1.8 kg Silver.

Thanks
Waleed

-- Waleed Waheed





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Dan'um Style

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#1 posted 434 days ago

awesome work … breath taking accomplishment

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#2 posted 434 days ago

A real master piece, so very well done.

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#3 posted 434 days ago

Wow, very moving work.

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#4 posted 434 days ago

Great work! It looks realy good.

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#5 posted 434 days ago

That is stunning!!! If you sold it how much would it be worth?

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#6 posted 434 days ago

WOW Amazing and as mentioned from the above comments a work of art!!!!!!

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#7 posted 434 days ago

Your vase is beautiful! Your craftsmanship is excellant!

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Jeff_in_KCMO

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#8 posted 433 days ago

My only question; how did you do that?

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garysharp

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#9 posted 433 days ago

Waleed,
Great work as always
Gary

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#10 posted 433 days ago

Very beautiful. It had to be very difficult to made. Metal inlay into eben, hard combination.

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Philip

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#11 posted 433 days ago

Wow, that is a beautiful piece.

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Transition

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#12 posted 433 days ago

Amazing work!

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waleedwaheed2013

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#13 posted 433 days ago

Thank you so much for all friends

-- Waleed Waheed

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#14 posted 433 days ago

Real masterclass work Waleed, that is a very tall piece, it must look striking in the flesh,
Pete

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#15 posted 432 days ago

wow! that is stunning

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