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    Candeleverd Earing Box

    The box Guy is Back: This Box was inspired by Frank Loyd Wright. It is a three compartment earing or small jewerly box. The base is of 1/2" maple and the drawer box is of 1/4" maple asis most of the drawer. Side supports are of Red Oak. I used a clear finish on the maple and Jocobean stain on the supports for contrast in color. No knobs are needed as you just push on the back and the drawer slides out.Click image for larger version. 

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    This was another fun poject, small but still fun.
    If you make a mistake it was part of the original plan!

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    Well done! What an interesting little thing.....
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    Very creative. I'm definitely impressed with your Creativity!
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    That is really cool Ron
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    Nice Ron. Anyway you can give a size? Looks about 6" long from here.
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    That is thinking out of the box on that box Ron, well done on all aspects

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    Great looking box Ron, very creative!
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    I like it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Nice Ron. Anyway you can give a size? Looks about 6" long from here.
    It's 8" long 3 1/2' wide and 1 I/2" high for the drawer box .
    If you make a mistake it was part of the original plan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Roase View Post
    It's 8" long 3 1/2' wide and 1 I/2" high for the drawer box .
    I didn't miss it by much. I twas a tad bit far to see.
    If you don't take pride in your work, life get's pretty boring.

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