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Old 11-24-2009, 12:22 PM   #1
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Default Christmas Tree II (schwibbogen)

Christmas Tree II

This is my latest schwibbogen. I call it “Christmas Tree II”. See the three pics; light placement and pasties, detail shot, and in a dim room with lights on. It measures about 18” high and 12” wide. Cut from 1/8” baltic birch with an oak base.

I designed the schwibbogen from an actual scwib produced by RATAGS Holzdesign in Germany.

Hope you enjoy. As always, comments are welcome.

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Really nice idea and well done.

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Those are very good looking works .I love schwibbogens .
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Very nicely done Chase.
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Very nice seasonal piece here , thanks Chase for sharing ......
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Turned out great, thanks for sharing.
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Looks great Chase you did a very nice job. saw dust
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Very nice. A piece to treasure for years and years. Bobby
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