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Nice work, but hope she's got a cushion for it if she plans to sit on it for awhile.
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That is awesome. I very much like the design and the material.
Few questions as have not done ss yet.
What process did you use?
How much is material cost roughly for a chair that size. i know its expensive, but not sure how much
I noticed a slite bit of burn marks near the upper back (please i'm not being critical, just want to know for when i do some furniture). how does that work with s.s. cause you are not painting it. can you grind any or does that ruin the finish.
is it heavy - the chair?
Let me know.
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