|Project by Div||posted 05-28-2010 08:38 PM||3915 views||5 times favorited||33 comments|
This sculptural jewelry box was inspired by the work of the Japanese American artist, Po Shun Leong. Woods used was Poplar, African mahogany, Assegai and Wenge. The central part with the steps is a band sawn drawer that slides in and out. All the parts of the box was cut on the band saw, and left with sawn finish. It leaves an interesting texture and is a great excuse to stay away from the sandpaper! I’m not too fond of sanding! The box is about 9×6 x 6.
Sorry, I only have the one photo and the box is mine no more.
Another great way to use all those off cuts, so no reason to let a lack of timber be an excuse for not doing anything!
-- Div @ the bottom end of Africa. "A woodworker's sharpest tool should be his mind."