|Project by molarman||posted 01-11-2008 03:57 AM||3606 views||24 times favorited||43 comments|
This box was made with a stand, but as the stand made this project exceed the maximum allowed height for this contest, it was removed for the purposes of this entry. The drawers are joined with half-blind dovetails, and are made from maple with bubinga fronts. The cabinet is cherry as are the drawer pulls, while the dovetailed cornerposts are made from bloodwood. It measures 11 3/8” tall, 8 3/4” wide, and 6” deep. The drawer fronts are radiused to create both shadow lines and visual interest. I finished it with Waterlox original followed by buffing with tripoli and wax which creates an ultra-smooth surface which begs to be touched.
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