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Old 12-11-2013, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default Fretwork Jewelry Box

I made this for a customer it is made from cedar. It's dimensions are 14" long x 7 1/2" Wide x 4" deep. It is lined with 1/32 ply and then flocked with wine colored flocking. It was sealed with tung oil then top coated with shellac.



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That is a very nice box. Thanks for sharing.
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Great looking box - and what a finish!

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Beautiful piece.
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That sir is a lot of holes to drill..........sweeeeet one DW.
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Great box DW. Question: is the top two layers sandwiching ply? I think I see fretwork in and out, but looks backed.
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Wow! ....... A whole lot of patience and skill!
Well done indeed.
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Great box DW. Question: is the top two layers sandwiching ply? I think I see fretwork in and out, but looks backed.
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I lined the box with 1/32"ply so that I could flock it the lid has a 1/32" layer so that I could attach the centering piece without having issues with the fretwork.

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Very nice... love it.
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Outstanding box, DW. Flocking sure makes it stand out.
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