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Made of Hickory 62”x 19” 72”h natural stain and polyurethane finish.





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Oldtool

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#1 posted 282 days ago

Very nice hutch, well crafted. Great job on this.

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#2 posted 282 days ago

Very nice work Anthony.

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#3 posted 282 days ago

Well done need to make one of these as well for the same coffee maker…. :>)

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kizerpea

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#4 posted 282 days ago

Yes ..great work..i have to build one by Christmas….

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#5 posted 282 days ago

beautiful peice

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plang

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#6 posted 282 days ago

Beautiful work Anthony. Working on one myself, but not from Hickory which is one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing.

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#7 posted 277 days ago

very nice. how was it working with hickory? i have a chance to pick up some rough sawn for .35 BF but not sure how hard it will be to work it as a novice thanks

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#8 posted 277 days ago

Great looking and well made piece, great design and finish. A fantastic display for fine collection of plates. Great job!

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AnthonyP

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#9 posted 276 days ago

Working with Hickory was not bad. little tear out and great finish. Blades and cutter held up well

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