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Re: Thanks Jesse, great detail...

Sgian Dubh
I've worked for employers that wouldn't take on standard dining chairs, plus carver(s) because they reckoned it was too hard to make a profit. In a couple of cases the employer would be happy to take on making a dining a table to match chairs that a customer would buy elsewhere, but I don't know if they ever got a commission that way. I must admit that I'd rather take on a dining table than a set of chairs if it's a case, essentially, of determining which project would be most likely to result in a profit. Slainte.

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