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    I am a woodworker / furniture maker in Austin, Texas. I recently have had considerable interest in custom perfume organs after I completed this one for a local perfume maker. I thought I would share it with those who would appreciate it most. This one is all solid mahogany with hand-cut dovetails. Thanks for looking.

    www.bedrewoodworking.com

    www.bedrewoodworking.com


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    Beautiful work man!
    I wish I could afford all the oils and absolutes, nevermind the organ :')

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    Very snazzy looking.

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    That is beautiful, you are a very talented carpenter.

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    That is *gorgeous*. The dovetail joinery is lovely, and you did amazing work with grain matching. A real work of art.

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    This is one of the coolest things I've seen on here.

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    Gorgeous work! I wish I had one for all my extracts.

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    It's berry nice, Glad that you had that interaction with the perfumer too......
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    Completely stunning. I would just love one like that, but much bigger for lots more. One you could sit in the middle of like Mandy Aftels' or Isabelle Doyens'.

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    That's a work of art sir!
    "Follow your nose. It always knows." -- Toucan Sam

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    Beyooutiful! Very nice. I'm envious!

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    Fantastic work!

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    I appreciate you because, you are a very good woodworker / furniture maker. If i had you near to me, i would order you for a stylish furniture for me, because i have a large supply of perfume / fragrance for displaying those.

    www.eaudetoilette.co.uk

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    You guys in America are awesome! What is the price of an organ like this made in cheap-ish wood painted white? xx

    Quote Originally Posted by BedreWoodworking View Post
    I am a woodworker / furniture maker in Austin, Texas. I recently have had considerable interest in custom perfume organs after I completed this one for a local perfume maker. I thought I would share it with those who would appreciate it most. This one is all solid mahogany with hand-cut dovetails. Thanks for looking.

    www.bedrewoodworking.com

    www.bedrewoodworking.com


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