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Friday, November 4, 2011

Coffee Time





Ricvictorian's Coffin Coffee Table. Just a few picts of my latest macabre project built on my apartment balcony.I made it myself using hand tools, a sander and spray paint. Well ... the antique coffin handles are the real deal. So if you suspected that I was crazy before this should help to confirm your suspicions.


10 comments:

  1. Sweet noodly appendage! That's amazing, Ricvic! Congrats on an epic table.

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  2. Your friendly neighbourhood grave robber ... RickyNovember 4, 2011 at 10:19 PM

    Thanks Vampire ... you have been at my place and can visualize the placement. I don't like to brag but must say that I have outdone myself this time. And still have two more monsterous projects that I have done and wanna post any day now so don't swoon so soon my friend.

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  3. Woo-hoo, RicV! The pics turned out really well! I still think you should be in 'the business' and make them to sell! Oh, and by the way... to the rest of you guys... I had my LUNCH on the coffin the other day! Jealous?

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  4. @The Vamp: I wholeheartedly agree! HOLY EPICNESS!!!! :-D

    @RicVic: I'm super excited to see what you're up to next. I agree with el Prez that you should be in the biz. You have some very unique talents that should not go to waste. You could make a fortune, because people would definitely be willing to pay $$$ for an original RicVictorian creation. ;-) Everything you make looks completely authentic because of the care you take, and your attention to detail. Congrats again on this phenomenal accomplishment!

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  5. @el Prez: And yes, I am TOTALLY jealous! :-D

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  6. heey have looked at your chest you have made several times. it is so super nice! are you doing them so they can be sold? or is it only for their own consumption. to be able to really like it if the right price is :) mvh Ricco

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  7. I want to buy this table.

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  8. How much does it cost to make something like that? I saw it, I love it, I want it.. Any chance you could make me 1?

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  9. Thank you everyone for your interest in RicVictorian's one-of-a-kind works of art. Sadly, RicVic passed away a couple years ago, but he would have been honored to know that his creative endeavors are admired and desired by others who have similar passions and aesthetic tastes. It really means a lot to us here at SSWC as well. ❤️

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