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Woodworker: Rutager WestInspired by Andrew Crawford’s books on box making, West wanted to make a veneered box with inlay. While making some profiled molding with a handplane, he got the idea for the profiled inlay featured in this maple burl, ebony, and holly jewelry box. He made the inlay molding as a lamination and then routed a profile on it. The box is 8 in. deep by 13 in. wide by 7 in. tall and has a French polish finish.
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very nice work Andrew Crawford is quite the craftsman
you really did a great job !
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