Chips in highly figured back - what do you do?


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Tim McTigue

Great work, Matt, and I bet it mostly disappears under varnish...

Thanks, that is what I am hoping too.

The color difference may be due to that newly carved piece not having been out in the air and light for so many months as the rest of the back.

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M_A_T_T

The color difference may be due to that newly carved piece not having been out in the air and light for so many months as the rest of the back.

That was certainly my impression, but with exposure to light, I think the wood darkens quite quickly. That, plus some colored varnish over it, and unless you point it out, I bet most folks would miss it entirely...

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