|Project by Blackie_||posted 10-04-2013 12:39 PM||1865 views||6 times favorited||20 comments|
I made this box as one of the barter items as payment for my dentist for his work on an old crown replacement, he wanted something rustic so this is what I came up with, the wood used is Texas Cedar Elm and Walnut for the lid and hinges, the tray is bandsaw made from a scrap piece of alder I had laying around, both woods the walnut and elm, I harvested via chainsaw locally, both trees had been dead for a very long time so wasn’t much drying time needed, measurements are 10” x 6 1/2” x 5” high, it is finished with a single coat of tung oil, a coat of shellac and two coats of wipe on poly in a satin finish with a final coat of paste wax.
Thanks for looking and comments are always enjoyed.
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