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With my friend Danielle. I did the form, she topped it off


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#10
  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Very nice as always!
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#11
  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Another great piece.
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#12
  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Wow! Yes

Is that spalted holly and black walnut?
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#13
  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Beautiful piece!

I also guess spalted holly.  But I'll say ebany for the topper.
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  Re: RE: Collaboration by Bill Holt (Beautiful piece! ...)
(08-04-2021, 08:47 PM)Bill Holt Wrote: Beautiful piece!

I also guess spalted holly.  But I'll say ebany for the topper.

I never color calibrated my monitor. The finial looks a little brownish here. Hence, the walnut guess.

If it really is black, then ebony or African blackwood would make sense.
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  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Very nice!  Great combo both in color and form.
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#16
  Re: Collaboration by AnthonyYak (With my friend Danie...)
Thanks all. Spalted maple form Pennsylvania ebony top, aka inked maple
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