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Jewelry Maker's Toolbox - mineral stained walnut with curly maple

comments (0) June 23rd, 2013 in Reader's Gallery

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Work in progress showing dove-tailed drawers using wood slide and false fronts.
Demonstrate dove tailed carcass construction. Highlights the contrast between the mineral stained walnut and the heavily figured maple drawer fronts
Demonstrated interchangable drwers using wooden glides.
Work in progress showing dove-tailed drawers using wood slide and false fronts. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Work in progress showing dove-tailed drawers using wood slide and false fronts.


I designed this for my daughter, Erin. It is a jewelers tool box for today's hobbyist jewler. The chest stands 50 inches tall with a 24 inch by 24 in base. There are two sizes of drawers with up to 15 partitiions in each. The position of the drawers can be interchanged with same size. There is a design planning board that is hidden below the last drawer. The large number of partitioned drawers allows the hobby jeweler to take a project to their workspace. The large numbers of partitions within weach drawer alls the jeweler to organize the jewelry components. Chest made with mineral stained walnut, figured maple drawer ftonts, and ash drawer glides.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Tool box designed for today's jeweler hobbyist - Walnut and figured maple.

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