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    Cut from 3/8 inch and 1 1/4 inch Poplar and 3/8 inch bamboo. This jewelry box is 10 inches in diameter and the compartments slide out from the unit. The compartments are 1 1/4 in deep. The top is a ring that is 3/8 inch thick. Both the compartments and the top are flocked with kelly green. The unit is on a totally integrated wooden lazy-susan that I designed. The Lazy Susan is held off the bottom by four 1/4 inch high 1/4 inch rounded over dowels. The pivot is a 1/4 inch dowel that has a limiter glued on the end to keep it all together.


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    That is sweeeeeet DW, you certainly know how to make a "box". Like the way you flocked the top, nice idea.
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    • #3
      nice job, is there a lid to it or is the top just open like that?

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      • #4
        That looks excellent, very nicely done
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Trout View Post
          nice job, is there a lid to it or is the top just open like that?

          Trout
          I made the top open to accept things like change, rapid jewelry changes etc.

          DW
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          • #6
            Wow - I like it. A very useful gift.
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            • #7
              Now that's both beautiful and useful. Thanks for sharing.

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                • #9
                  Very nice indeed. Did you design this, and do you have a pattern for other users to cut one similar or like it? It may be one that would interest others, such as myself, if I were to be honest with you. Thanks. Paul

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pmac53 View Post
                    Very nice indeed. Did you design this, and do you have a pattern for other users to cut one similar or like it? It may be one that would interest others, such as myself, if I were to be honest with you. Thanks. Paul
                    Paul I did design the jewelry box but I did not take the time to make up the pattern. This one i built on the fly so to speak over a couple of days. I do have plans to draw up the plans for it though. When I do I will make it available for download.

                    DW
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                    • #11
                      That's very nice DW....I see you let your mind go wondering once again....
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                      • #12
                        Sir. A fellow Ohioan. I am just north of Zanesville. I anxiously await those plans. This is a very functional and good looking project. Paul

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                        • #13
                          Excellent project DW. Quite nice indeed, I think you should submit it to one of the magazines and see if you can get it published.
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                          • #14
                            Wonderfully done!
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                            • #15
                              DW, it might be fun for you to approach Shannon and see if there's any interest in your project, or a similar one, for publication. Always cool to see your stuff in print, and your pivot boxes are pretty unique.
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