|Project by rockmolsen||posted 12-07-2015 06:40 PM||528 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
My wife needed a display for her retail jewelry business. Her earrings and pendants are on cards with a plastic holder on the back. I had some old barnwood that I ran through the surface planner and milled to about 3/4” thick, then jointed the edges and made up panels for the upper and lower base. The edges were routed with a ogee bit and I made the uprights from the same 3/4 milled stock. I taped the 4 upright corners pieces together and drilled all the holes at the same time keeping everything even and exact. The bars are 1/8” welding rods (about $15) and I got the 6” lazy-susan base hardware at HomeDepot for about $4.50. The top was just a quickly turned handle on the lathe. Sanded to 220 and finished with a couple coats of danish oil. The dimensions are 11” sq by about 16” high.
-- Rick --------The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have.