|Project by Ellen||posted 09-22-2006 05:23 AM||5813 views||30 times favorited||25 comments|
I have always loved the shape of acorns. This utilizes a set of real acorns found in the neighborhood. I really was happy with the shape and grain of the wood the way it worked out when I started grinding on this block of Cherry. The legs are made of Bubinga and one lid is made of Bubinga as well. One lid is made of maple. I used the lathe to shape a piece that allows the maple lid to slide open, while the acorns are the handle for the cherry lid. There are 2 compartments on this one.
This is sized at about 9”x11”x7.
Hope you like it.