A plain box for storing anything. Bubinga is one of my favourite woods with a rich grain and marked chatoyance for the sides and Maple for the top. The first iteration used Beech for the top and a totally different design which was later scrapped. The outline of the tree was engraved using a pantograph and dremel tool together with some hand engraving. The tree and blossoms were then filled with sawdust/epoxy and sanded level. Their names in Japanese were engraved on the inside.
For our dear friends Chris & Ingrid Gilmour on their 60th Birthdays in 2009. Spalted European Beech, Maple, Yellowwood, African Blackwood, Spalted Bubinga.
BOX #12 CHERRY BLOSSOM
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