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I found the original of this classic colonial washstand piece while on vacation on JekyII island in Georgia.

It was probably made during the middle of the eighteenth century but it´s a look that´s often duplicated to good effect today. I´ve searched the books but have not been able to find anything quite like it.

Pls find the attached pdf file for a new plan you will enjoy :)

For more Woodworking plans you can visit: this website!

Cheers !

<p>Okay, so here's my nice and positive comment regarding George M (AKA Ryan Henderson, AKA Ted Mcgrath) George M(Ted M) has done a great job of assembling other people's free plans, into one location, and charging you for these free plans. Keep up the good work George M(Ted M)! Of course, I could have found these on my own, for free! But George M(Ted M) has somehow acquired all these formerly free plans, and made it a one-stop shop for us...for a fee, not free. And many of these &quot;free plans&quot; are pretty old, and not well written. Buyer beware, you should look up Ted Mcgrath before you buy anything from him.</p>
<p>Both of your instructables require you to purchase the plans</p>

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