Bubinga anyone ?

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Project by Dusty56 posted 2197 days ago 1695 views 0 times favorited 12 comments Add to Favorites Watch

In case you haven’t noticed , I love Bubinga ! hahaha ….There is no end to the colors that appear in this wood depending on the lighting and I hope you feel that the other woods compliment the Bubinga as well . Your comments and critiques are most welcome …Thank you for viewing my projects : )

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#1 posted 2197 days ago

Wow, that is gorgeous… Bubinga is one of my favorites. That looks great….

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#2 posted 2197 days ago

What’s not to love. Gorgeous piece Dusty. Thanks for posting.

-- My favorite piece is my last one, my best piece is my next one.

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#3 posted 2197 days ago

Really nice looking piece.

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#4 posted 2197 days ago

Sweeet! Dusty, I totally agree, bubinga is absolutely beautiful. Having used it several times, I know exactly what you mean about the colors/hues changing depending on the lighting/viewing angle.

-- Martin, Kansas

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#5 posted 2196 days ago

Really great looking piece. Yes bubinga is beautiful.

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#7 posted 2196 days ago

Great job!

Thanks for the post


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#8 posted 2196 days ago

Great looking piece.

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#9 posted 2194 days ago

WOW – that is a beauty!

I’m in total agreement with you…Bubinga is an amazing wood. I would say that it is by far my favorite as well!
GlennL , New Jersey

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#10 posted 2194 days ago

Very nice, I love the grain of the bubinga and then the inlays add a pop.

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#11 posted 1323 days ago

beautiful; I’m not sure I could use this as a cutting board….

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#12 posted 1322 days ago

Thanks Manitario…...I don’t know if it has ever been cut on as it was sold to a customer that wanted a piece of “counter-top decoration” for their new kitchen.

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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