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By Guest Columnist and Woodworker - Paul Dumond
Have you ever been on a guided tour of some mansion or historic building, where there are more tiny end tables and coffee tables per room than tiles on the floor?
I’m not sure whether it’s a product of fashion altering with the times, or perhaps just a way for curators to showcase every piece of furniture their estate’s famous dead, “once-upon-an-owner” ever owned, but either way, it makes for a serious tripping hazard.
Leah Mills Image from the Sheridan Museum linked courtesy the Casper Star Tribune
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