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  • Dave Clark

    Reproduction of a pipe box that belonged to Revolutionary War vet Nathan Hale. Although not shown in this picture, there is a drawer that goes in the bottom. The original was finished with a dark red milk paint, I finished mine with amber shellac. Pine.

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  • BKGJewelry

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  • MLR

    Yes, I agree, this is very helpful and I will use it too. Thank you so much. I would add that it is a good idea for any commissioned work to have a signed contract and a 50% non refundable deposit. Sounds scary to do this but when people really want the work this will not upset them.

  • Nicole Niko

    Interesting

  • Creative Biz School

    Hi BKGJewelry I'm following you, thanks:) Great add, MLR! I hope you find it useful Nicole.

  • MLR

    Hi again, As most of us have been through having our commission (wage) stolen I personally feel that taking the responsibility for what happens ever after onto myself, frees me. The most important thing for me being that I never want to take into the next commission, baggage that I carry from a bad client. I only ever want to go into it with eyes open, and for my part, to set my clients up for complete success. If the client doesn't go ahead with a 50% can pay for materials.

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