|Project by DocT||posted 04-30-2009 05:11 PM||7062 views||15 times favorited||15 comments|
I built this jewelry box for my wife a few years ago. It is not an original design. The original was in either Wood or American Woodworker magazine and I have seen examples posted here on LJs. I liked the design so much that I made five from varying woods as gifts. This one is made from lacewood and bubinga.
I am starting a blog series to accompany this post called “Interpreting Design”. Hopefully some of you will follow along and/or participate. We are using this jewelry box as a starting point and re-interpreting with another design aesthetic.
The dimensions: 8” long, 5” wide, 5” tall (with handle) the box itself is 2 1/2” tall.