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Signature series one of a kind boxes

comments (2) December 17th, 2010 in Reader's Gallery

Ojaijeff Ojaijeff, member
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In our new signature series we create one of a kind exotic wood boxes, where the most unusual hardwoods are selected for their color and figure to create our sculptural and functional boxes. Our exclusive seven step sanding process is combined with an all  natural clear oil and wax finish create a satin like finish comparable to polished stone.
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In our new signature series we create one of a kind exotic wood boxes, where the most unusual hardwoods are selected for their color and figure to create our sculptural and functional boxes. Our exclusive seven step sanding process is combined with an all  natural clear oil and wax finish create a satin like finish comparable to polished stone.  - CLICK TO ENLARGE
In our new signature series we create one
 of a kind exotic wood boxes, where the
 most unusual hardwoods are selected
 for their color and figure to create our
sculptural and functional boxes.
Our exclusive seven step sanding
process is combined with an all
natural clear oil and wax finish create
a satin like finish comparable to
polished stone.

 

We create one of a kind exotic wood boxes, some are combined with copper repousse.  
We select the most unusual hardwoods for their color and figure to create our sculptural
and functional boxes.
Our exclusive seven step sanding process is combined with an all natural clear oil and
wax finish create a satin like finish comparable to polished stone.

Design or Plan used: My own design - Box making with the band saw

posted in: Reader's Gallery, box, arts and crafts, accessory, rosewood, band saw box, exotic woods


Comments (2)

woodgear woodgear writes: Great pieces, I love the mixture of wood you have done, the joinery look great
Posted: 10:32 pm on December 21st

MarkAReed MarkAReed writes: Very nice. The colors are so vibrant. Man, I love exotic wood grains!

I would love to see a picture of the insides.

This website needs to allow more pictures.

Thanks for sharing.

Posted: 7:39 pm on December 17th

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