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Good looking box. The raised panel and the hand holds are classy. How'd you do the box joints? 

Edited by Gene Howe

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Great looking box Gerald. You do awesome "flat-work" too!

Is the lid removable or hinged? 

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48 minutes ago, Gerald said:

large router died on me

Been there, had to replace a Dewalt router mid job.  Cannot complain though I abused that poor router.  Really surprised it lasted as long as it did.  I refer to it as operator error and lack of skill on my part.:JawDrop:

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It’s beautiful, may I ask a few questions?  “BLO”?   And Sunday school class?

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Somehow, I doubt that operator error or lack of skill had anything to do with the router failure.

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That's fantastic!

 

Maybe it is the viewing angle but how did you get the box joints to be dark on one side but not on it's mating side. Really cool look!

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very well done..

there's nothing not to like...

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On 1/2/2019 at 11:28 AM, Gerald said:

Thanks  for the comments . Hope to start lacquer today and then more pics. Did shellac inside also as I usually do no finish inside my boxes however being so large thought the shellac inside better

Good mourning, Gerald.

Someone ask about hinges for the top or maybe no hinges I would like to know also. I would like to know the size of your box? I really like the lid with the raised panel. Thanks for showing your box.

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Great job Gerald. Love the contrasts.

She should be very pleased with this.

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That’s beautiful! You are making me think I need to learn how to make finger joints.

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