|Project by croquetman||posted 06-02-2012 12:49 PM||1721 views||1 time favorited||8 comments|
This is a walnut box with lots of tapers: I think it’s a 10 degree taper bottom to top. The 1/4” splines are cherry. The top is pecan from several logs I salvaged from my daughter’s home in Norfolk when Hurricane Isabel ran over her yard.
While I tend to think the design is a bit clunky, my idea for this box was to make it with the tapered and mitered sides; something I had never attempted before. And make the catch fir into the sides, and the hinges hidden. Actually, there are no hinges – I set short rods through the sides and top (see last photo). In all those ways it works.
Olivia is my cousin Denise’s older daughter. See Rachel’s box for the younger girl’s Jewelry box. So many women …