|Project by Ellen||posted 08-04-2008 01:48 AM||5007 views||35 times favorited||62 comments|
I thought I had uploaded this earlier, but I am mistaken! This is a box that I created to accentuate the “curl” in some curly cherry wood I found. This is one of my favorites. The wood is the real stand out here.
The legs mock the curl in the cherry and are made of Bubinga. The lid is made of tiger maple and slides back to reveal the vessel. This looks fragile, but is surprisingly sturdy.
It stands about 11 inches tall. This is all sanded to 3000 grit and my favorite tung oil is applied.
Thanks for any and all feedback.