4/4 Figured Wide Sirari, Unique Item # 4024

4/4 Figured Wide Sirari, Unique Item # 4024

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May 22, 2018
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4/4 Figured Wide Sirari, Unique Item # 4024
Review by  Wyowoodsmith from Hulett Wy
This is my first time working with Sirari, the figure of the grain pattern is extremely beautiful, the extra width is a rarity for this species I'm told- I will make a beautiful display hutch with this as the ends, I will have a small amount left over to use for knife scales or a top of a gift box. I am looking forward to running this through my router table for the edges after resawing (maybe a "Book Matched " set of doors) for the hutch- Thanks Again for such beauty
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