|Project by mrsKennyMak||posted 05-31-2014 03:18 AM||1464 views||7 times favorited||12 comments|
So this is how Kenny describes it (and I apologise in advance for the pix—I’m still trying to figure out the best background, lighting, settings, etc.):
“This is a cute little box that I had a lot of fun making.
“What’s special about this box is, in my opinion, the pair of all-wooden hinges—my best to date.
“The inside of the box is divided into left and right halves; and a small tray fits into the right-hand side.
“The underside of the lid is an aromatic cedar weave, which I never finish with anything other than many hours’ of 100 per cent elbow grease.”
SIZE: Approx. 8.5×6.5×4.25”
Tray: Maple with a centred handle
Trim, hinges, pull, & feet: Black walnut
Underside of Lid: Aromatic Cedar weave
FINISH: Polymerized tung oil; elbow grease
LINING: black velvet flocking (box and tray)
Thanks for the viewing, and in advance for all / any comments!
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