|Project by Gary||posted 09-03-2014 08:54 PM||1624 views||1 time favorited||30 comments|
Finally finished a replacement box for my wife. It’s only taken about 4 months. Top has a chevron pattern that David (Patron) taught me. It has an inlay of turquoise around it that is way too small. The box is made of bubinga. Top has a maple string around it. Splines or keys are maple. Hinge is inset. The tray is beveled as are the box walls so the tray needs nothing to set on. Last picture shows the bevel on the tray. This is the slightest bevel I’ve ever done. It’s only 5 degrees. That’s to slight. Causes some suction when trying to get the tray out. Had to create a tiny relief on one corner. Can’t be seen but allows the tray to come out much more easily. PS Velvet used.
Pure Tung oil. Then bees and carnuba mix.
Goes to her office for her desk.
-- Gary, DeKalb Texas only 4 miles from the mill