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colsel wrote:Thought that I'd show some photos of another display idea for you all to consider. The design of this "Collectors' Chest" was based on some old collector cabinets dating back to the 1800's, with a few original touches thrown in by my son Jay who constructed it for me. I think that his idea of using the driftwood panels is perfectly suited to a display of fishing lures.
Wow! That is just beautiful , and very well made :)
Thank you for sharing that Col.
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Continuing with the Display Cabinet theme I thought that I'd share with you some photos of a Collector's Cabinet that I had the pleasure of viewing yesterday. It's beautifully made out of solid Australian timbers and I'm madly trying to justify to myself, and others, why I need it. I can just picture it filled with my most treasured lures.
To fully appreciate it you need to see and touch it first hand, but I'm hoping that its exquisite beauty and quality workmanship will show through in these photos.
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