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Fredn


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A friend brought me an old hall tree (circa 1910) that he had bought at an antique auction in Georgia. All the joints were loose or broken. While working on it, my wife loved the piece and asked if I would build one for her. We chose walnut for the unit along with adding stained glass pieces and a mirror. Every piece is beaded.

It now sits in our dining room.

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  • This is such unique piece! The stained glass makes it!
    By RYOBI NATION, on July 11, 2018

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Fredn

by Fred N
Jul 09, 2018

A friend brought me an old hall tree (circa 1910) that he had bought at an antique auction in Georgia. All the joints were loose or broken. While working on it, my wife loved the piece and asked if I would build one for her. We chose walnut for the unit along with adding stained glass pieces and a mirror. Every piece is beaded. It now sits in our dining room.