|Project by Andy||posted 11-01-2013 11:40 PM||3260 views||39 times favorited||65 comments|
This box was is my fourth flip lid box, though I prefer to call them wing boxes
because they look like they are about to fly off when both lids are open.
Top- Bolivian Rosewood bordered with Madrone and edged in the center with walnut
Feet/bottom skirt is maple and walnut
Splines are maple
Brass hinge pins are plugged with wenge dowels, they were also added at the bottom corners for balance
Cabochon / button is black palmwood
Trays are madrone on black velvet
Lacquer finish in semi-gloss
Note: A fellow Lumber Jock asked me if I had a box for sale and I said I had one just about done. I finished it the next day and sent photos and a deal was made and it should arrive at its new home today.
I will let the new owner reveal who they are if they wish.
Here is a photo of how I started attaching my trays, which allows them to be easily removed and the bottom is left undamaged. Magnets set into a false 3/16’’ bottom panel align with ones countersunk in the bottom of each tray. I used 3/8 diameter cup style because thats what I had. They allow the box to be flipped over so you can read the info sheet on the bottom ( I also place another inside ) and the trays dont even move. A slight sideways pressure and they release for removal. Very slick if I do say so.
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