|Project by chobbs66||posted 02-08-2013 07:59 PM||980 views||4 times favorited||6 comments|
This is a humidor that I recently completed, that was personalized for a co-worker that is retiring from the company after 40+ years of service.
Although I had never made one of these before, there were many resources online that helped me put together the project. I typically am a period furniture type of woodworker, so it is somewhat resembles a miniature period chest, at least to my eye.
Materials: Curly cherry exterior, birds-eye maple inlay, spanish cedar interior lining.
Hardware from White Chapel, Ltd.
Humidifier and Hygrometer from Xikar.
Finish: BLO, shellac, and wax
Dimensions are roughly 19” wide by 10” deep by 9” tall (including feet).
He will be receiving this next week and hopefully will enjoy it enough to fill with cigars.
Would love to hear any comments as I know many of you have a LOT more experience than I do in making humidors and other small boxes.
Thanks for looking! Cal