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Low Relief Woodcarving on Antique Mahogany Doors

Listing #3983   Listed on: 10/05/2012

Company Name: Aalmark LLC

Contact Name:   Alexander Grabovetskiy
Website:   www.aalmarkllc.com/woodcarving-low-relief-mahogany-antique-doors
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http://aalmarkllc.com WOODCARVING by Alexander Grabovetskiy. In September of 2012 I was commissioned to carve on antique mahogany doors from big old house in Pennsylvania. House about 10000 sq. f. Age of those doors 100 years. from 1911. Doors were not solid mahogany they had only 1/8" panels on top of pine raised panel. So my WOODCARVING has to by only 1/8" think. Professional woodcarvers call that type of carving low relief woodcarving.

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Posted By: Jim Kolar     [10/06/2012]
Beautiful work!




Posted By: McKay     [10/07/2012]
Beautiful work! Hard to believe that it is only 1/8" deep. Looks much more.


Posted By: James McGrew     [10/28/2012]
Now that is impressive!


Posted By: Lia     [12/08/2012]
Amazing. Very nice to see beautiful work that is not done on the CNC.

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