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  • After I sent her a quick sketch, this is what Nancy custom-built for me out of cherry, maple, and bubinga wood:

    Boing Boing

  • Sales were already steady for Mark Reynolds, who sells kaleidoscopes made from all kinds of wood, from maple and walnut to bubinga, for $200 to $2,800.

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  • In front of the fireplace, we transferred Bob's ashes from the black plastic crematory box to a beautiful wooden one, made of bird's-eye maple and bubinga.

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  • It's a lightly stained bubinga top, with transparent finish.

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  • Danielson works with a variety of woods, including maple, purpleheart, bubinga and cocobolo.

    Tri-City Herald: Front

  • The console also features a full-length speaker bridge, a sliding computer keyboard tray and bubinga side panels.

    Mix

  • The Tama Starphonic snare drums are currently available in maple (PMM146), bubinga

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  • The ground floor features a 20-foot bar crafted out of a solid slab of 45-year-old bubinga, or African rosewood; the piece they sourced was originally 8.5 feet in width, so they broke it down to create a series of four-top tables for the second floor.

    The Clog

  • The inlays on the temples are carved from curly bubinga and match the design from the relief details on the front of the frame.

    A Whole Lotta Nothing

  • Her bubinga wood contour ring, for example, is 2 1/4 inches long, a little more than an inch wide and stands 1 1

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