|Project by DonDA||posted 12-27-2013 01:58 AM||1724 views||8 times favorited||19 comments|
Just finished my first humidor. Tiger maple box. Top centerpiece was from a maple tree that stood in our yard for 30 years, then the log was in the woodpile for several years. On a whim, I thought I would cut a chunk in half to see what the wood looked like. Lo and behold, a beautiful piece of spalted maple. I thought for a long time about how to use it, and finally settled on this piece as the first attempt. Trim is purpleheart and ebony, with purpleheart splines. Spanish cedar lining of course. As I researched the best way to do the hinges, I learned and experienced firsthand they are not easy to install. But, after plugging and redrilling the mounting holes once, I think I have the mounting pretty good for the first time. Now I am excited about getting it seasoned so I can get some stogies stored in it.
-- Don, Saginaw Mi