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Vermont Hardwoods solid wood picture frame molding

Finish variation

Rick Granick

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Just a heads-up that the finish may have changed on LJ 393405. It appears a little "pinker" than the pewtery silver of my sample.

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:cool: Rick
 

neilframer

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Just a heads-up that the finish may have changed on LJ 393405. It appears a little "pinker" than the pewtery silver of my sample.

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:cool: Rick
Thanks, Rick.:thumbsup:

When doesn't this cr#p seem to happen now.:shrug:
We have some of these issues with almost all of our suppliers and we sometimes have to call the customers to come in and OK the change or we might have to pick a different moulding.

The moulding was probably made in Italy and then China, Korea or maybe in Pakistan now :shutup: because they can get it done for a penny a foot less....:rolleyes:
 
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Rick Granick

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I have been using this moulding for years to frame the customer's collection of exotic knives. Fortunately, it worked out OK for this. The latest one (with the shifted color) is the one in the upper left corner of the arrangement. These all have Museum Glass, so not sure what's up with the reflection in the middle. (Photo taken by customer.)
:cool: Rick


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