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    Teak Drinks Cabinet for sale

    Ok these babies cost 24,000baht and I am willing to sell them for a mere 50,000baht including shipping, yep that's the normal price here in Pattaya.

    Anyway these are all hand made and will make you the envy of your friends and neighbours.

    I will personally inspect each one to make sure it is absolutely perfect, well actually I shall probably send frankie round there to check it and do a deal with him, but obviously this is a deal you cannot miss out on.














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    Actually, DD, know where they're made. Custom carved motifs are available along with several different stock ones. Ever'body was whingin' about there being no naked women or beer bars along the trip I knew y'all'd a kilt me if I took you out of the city any further.
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    Makes me wanna drink - is there any room for teapots and mugs???

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Ok these babies cost 24,000baht and I am willing to sell them for a mere 50,000baht including shipping, yep that's the normal price here in Pattaya.
    They are nice, DD, but if they cost 24,000 baht and you are selling them for 50,000, it doesn't really seem like such a good deal - for the buyer, I mean.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteshiva
    it doesn't really seem like such a good deal - for the buyer, I mean.....
    Sod the buyer, I need to make some money, plus at 50k baht they are a bargain.

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    shipping anywhere is that? including export license.... I think my Dad might like one

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    Do they do any other finishes apart from 'plastic effect'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Do they do any other finishes apart from 'plastic effect'?
    This is something they have mastered in Thailand, to take a beautiful, natural piece of wood and, as above, give it the appearance of a piece of plastic! - Why?

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    These pieces of furniture are more my cup of tea.





    I'm not convinced about this wash-stand though. Frankie though it was pretty neat.



    More here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Do they do any other finishes apart from 'plastic effect'?
    AS a matter of fact, they do. met the manaufacturer a few years ago and did the "tour" he'd give it a light coat of oil, if you like. The one pictured is really for Thais. Although the shop owner will tell you he ships those to the US all the time, it's the Factory that does that. Everything in those shops is locally made though just from abut four or five different "factories."

    They had some great, and expensive stuff in their show room. Several finishes/patterns to choose from. I remember one very long, massive table. Seem to remember the figure of about 200K being bandied about. Sorta went deaf about that time not really sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    These pieces of furniture are more my cup of tea.
    You'd probably like the stuff down at Singkhon then - I'd be interested in comparing the prices.

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    Which poster on this board was asking about the heavily carved Teak coffee table, side tables, chairs and sofa set? No one on the trip could remember. I sure can't. Think one of the fellas got a picture of one or two of 'em. The ol'lady was off with the wives to the Zoo takin pictures of pandas and formattin' my memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    Which poster on this board was asking about the heavily carved Teak coffee table, side tables, chairs and sofa set? No one on the trip could remember. I sure can't. Think one of the fellas got a picture of one or two of 'em. The ol'lady was off with the wives to the Zoo takin pictures of pandas and formattin' my memory.
    Quote Originally Posted by farkinelle
    Actually I was looking for teak furniture inThailand, because I'm building a house in Pattaya. Any good info here?
    https://teakdoor.com/60160-post37.html

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    Fortunately the above poster was given tons of advice on Teak furniture and has since become a frequent visitor!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by friscofrankie
    Which poster on this board was asking about the heavily carved Teak coffee table, side tables, chairs and sofa set? No one on the trip could remember. I sure can't. Think one of the fellas got a picture of one or two of 'em. The ol'lady was off with the wives to the Zoo takin pictures of pandas and formattin' my memory.
    t'was me

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    Yes it was, I remember now... Where that memory thread gone?
    Think you were quoted a price at about 70K? if none of the fellas got a pic of the stuff I'm thinkin' of, I'll go out this weekend and get a couple and post 'em here. You will defintely save a ton. You don't see what you like you can order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Ok these babies cost 24,000baht and I am willing to sell them for a mere 50,000baht including shipping, yep that's the normal price here in Pattaya.

    Anyway these are all hand made and will make you the envy of your friends and neighbours.

    I will personally inspect each one to make sure it is absolutely perfect, well actually I shall probably send frankie round there to check it and do a deal with him, but obviously this is a deal you cannot miss out on.













    I used to ship these to the UK, and charge customers in the UK, 599.00 GBP, also used to get all the wagon wheel furniture made myself and ship, now the market has gone pear shaped as there are to many guys into this, i started doing it 10 years ago, and stopped about 2 years ago, sales slowed down, if any guys want to buy old Guins and wagon wheels, i am the guy, as got 200 in a yard in Chaing Mai, Hang Don, and about 300 At my place in Buriram.

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    [quote=friscofrankie]
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    I remember one very long, massive table. Seem to remember the figure of about 200K being bandied about. Sorta went deaf about that time not really sure.


    I know exactly what you mean. I tell sales people I cannot count beyond 10,000 (in Thai)

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    ^^I'll buy a load of wagon wheels if you stick some kit-kats in for free!

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    Don't you just love it when you google something and get a Teakdoor result straight from google?

    Anyone know where to pick up these folding bar counters like the OP, at the same price or less?

    Custom carving options would be a plus.

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    I noticed Ant had one in his man cave pic. Betcha he might be selling it soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA View Post
    ^^I'll buy a load of wagon wheels if you stick some kit-kats in for free!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
    Anyone know where to pick up these folding bar counters like the OP, at the same price or less?
    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    I noticed Ant had one in his man cave pic. Betcha he might be selling it soon...
    Yeah I've got one, don't remember it being that much though. Not selling either.

    Got it from Baan Tawai...Ahh nevermind Iom's onto it.


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