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had this spalted maple around for ever I have lots of it so couldn't resest in making boxs I had to use a sealer on this Wood so dry and porous I use M.L. Cambell lacquer and sealer A couple coats was enough I dont even own a watch or ring Wonder why jewelry box's ?? Must be the bud eve. in the shop
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Fantastic looking boxes del. I like that spalted maple very much.
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Del, Cool boxes...

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Love the boxes Del, I love spalted maple.... any spalted wood. I thinkit looks great for boxes.
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Lovely work Del! Are those dowelled joints? Sorry, my eyes aren't what they used to be.
Ain't Mother Nature grand when she can turn a fungal infection into something beautiful? (Wonder what she could do with my Athlete's Foot?)

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Nice work Del. Who said jewerly box? Maybe these are for loose change.




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Nice work, beware making boxes - it can become addictive.

There is always a market for boxes!

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