4/4 Mesquite Slab, MS103

4/4 Mesquite Slab, MS103

7/8 x 11" - 17" x 82"
8.16

$238.12 ea.

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November 1, 2018
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4/4 Mesquite Slab, MS103
Review by  Wyowoodsmith from Hulett, Wyoming
I had picked a different slab for my matched "River Table Set" (cut the shab in half, center cut the two down, flip so the raw edges are in the middle to form the "River", acquire some 1/4" blue, green tempered glass custom cut to match the "river" after routering 1/2" in the curves, 1/4" deep) The one I wanted went out the door from a walk in customer, True to the "100% Satisfied" policy of WWS, I was sent a VERY Nice slab for my upcoming project , I haven't started it yet (I have severe RA , weather sensitive, not nice at this time of the year) I will send some pictures when I finish the set before they go to a West Coast Beach home- I couldn't be more pleased with the piece that was sent, VERY Well packaged, tight grained even for this species, the few holes lend to the "Beach" aspect of the river- Thanks Again for the Very Best!!
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