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    Cheers Lom. Aye, seen it in the man cave thread. My old man's got one but I cant get him to part with it.

    I've sent them a message for a price list. See what comes back.

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    Good morning ,

    In receipt your lastest e-mail of 20 October, we are very pleased to learn that you interest to have bar cabinet so we are pleased to do an offer for you by this e-mail :



    Teak wood bar cabinet medium size prize includig transportation to Songkla is 55,000 bahts.



    Please be confirmed that we are always ready to be in your order so do not hesitate to contact us if you still have any further question.
    Fair markup, 24k to 55k in 14 years. Erm, no ta.

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    Yep, already emailed them for a full price list as no prices are shown, apart from the BCT6 which says 28k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    Fair markup, 24k to 55k in 14 years. Erm, no ta.
    Yeah that's a lot, now I've thought about it I think mine was 20k?

    Not sure I'd pay 55k but it has been brilliant. Had it inside for the longest time but now I've got it by the pool:




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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    I think mine was 20k?
    Could well be, you've got the budget version without carving on the doors.

    Wood carving takes long time and as we all know, time is money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Could well be, you've got the budget version without carving on the doors.

    Wood carving takes long time and as we all know, time is money.
    True on both counts.

    By choice though, not a fan of the carving personally.

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    Not sure you need doors on that. A single bench would be just as good, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Not sure you need doors on that. A single bench would be just as good, no?
    Yeah I think the party trick (pun intended) of it though is it folds up into the smaller size. Really good for smaller indoor spaces.

    That being said I don't think I've ever done that -- just leave it open as is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Wood carving takes long time and as we all know, time is money.
    Especially, when it is made by Burmese (not necessarily in Burma...)

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    My old boy just told me he got his for 10k in 1999.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Especially, when it is made by Burmese (not necessarily in Burma...)
    Yes, much of what is sold comes knock-down from Burma and is only assembled and given the finishing touch in Baan Tawai

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    15 years ago I use to buy them in Baan Tawai for about Bht 8000 plain up to Bht 12000 for the fancy carved ones. Had one made for a client with fish "landscape" to go next to to his indoor pool. It looked great and was Bht 12000. It took 2 carvers 3 days to do the 4 pannels. The carvers got paid Bht 750 per panel.

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