Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Jewellery box

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Jewellery box

    A oak jewellery/ring box i have made for my missus
    pattern from Steve Good
    Attached Files

  • #2
    Sweeeeet cut darcy2460, that project is on my every growing To Do List.
    What kind of wood is it? Thanks for posting yer picture, always a pleasure to see what other members are working on, gives food for thought too.



    What part of....
    A oak jewellery/ring box
    don't you understand.....GIGGLE...Runnin really fast.
    Last edited by wood-n-things; 06-18-2012, 12:26 PM.
    Gloria ............... Two memorable things to say in life, "Hello" for the first time, and "Good-bye" for the last.

    Comment


    • #3
      Very nicely cut! Thanks for sharing it with us.

      DW
      Life is hard. It is even harder when you are being stupid.
      John Wayne

      Comment


      • #4
        Very nice. I am also curious about what kind of wood you used here? Did you have any problems cutting the sliding dovetail straight?

        I'm multi-talented: I can talk and piss you off at the same time

        Comment


        • #5
          As far as i know it is Silky Oak but im not 100% and yes Dave J it wasn't easy for me anyway lol it will only open one direction lol

          Comment


          • #6
            Very nice, really like the dovetail slider lid. Another idea for the future , thanks for posting.

            Glenn

            Comment


            • #7
              Very nice - and the color of the wood is gorgeous! I'm going to have to get that pattern just because I am intrigued by the dovetail sliding lid -- that one's new to me and I'd love to see how to do that. Bet your wife really loves this!

              Comment

              Unconfigured Ad Widget

              Collapse

              Latest Topics

              Collapse

              • Jim McDonald
                Reply to Delta Q3 fuse question
                by Jim McDonald
                Twenty years in electronics retail and here is a quick dirty way to tell the difference:
                a fast blow will only have the wire element. Slow blow almost always has some extra structure that will be left behind after the fuse blows.
                Secondly, there is a series of three letter engraved on one...
                Today, 08:54 PM
              • Ennobee
                Reply to Looking For Mom and Baby Animal Pattern
                by Ennobee
                They look like David Spielmann's Designs to me. I will check my library this evening, but I bet you already that they are from one of his pattern books.
                Today, 01:55 PM
              • jim_mex
                Reply to My first decent furniture project - Welding and woodwork combined
                by jim_mex
                Thanks all - you folks do wonders for my ego with your comments and importantly fire me up to keep trying new things

                Scott - once this Covid situation has passed I'll definitely be heading up to NC. I'm tentatively thinking late spring/early summer next year. I am not sure just what pointers...
                Today, 01:35 PM
              • JustLarry
                Reply to Delta Q3 fuse question
                by JustLarry
                I found this information on fuses in general.

                Blowing type. Fast-blow fuses will blow as soon as the current reaches the fuse's amperage rating, while slow-blow fuses are designed to tolerate a large number of startup surges and modest short-term overloads without blowing.
                Fast-blow...
                Today, 12:56 PM
              • Rolf
                Reply to Giraffe sold at charity auction
                by Rolf
                WOW! That is exciting.
                Today, 09:42 AM
              Working...
              X