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Splayed Mahogany Box, 2011
From the well–fitted, subtly–bevelled lid, to the hand-cut dovetails that mirror the splayed sides, each aspect of this box’s design emphasizes the form of the whole.
A hand–carved ebony pull invites touch, while the spalted maple bottom adds a bit of flair for those who peer inside.
Milling, joining, and smoothing were done entirely by hand.
Splayed Mahogany Box, 2011, end view
Splayed Mahogany Box, 2011, view of spalted maple bottom
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I have made a lot of trays, but never thought to put a lid on one. I like it, well done.
Great looking pieces. I appreciate your dedication to "hand" work. Thanks for sharing.
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