After months of tripping over sandpaper and never having the right piece or grit at the right time, I decided to create a sandpaper box with some Asian flair! The box holds 9 grits of your choice, with both a slot for a full sheet and a slot for a half sheet. The box is made from Poplar. The entrance is called a “Torii”, made from Teak. Cocobolo accents are used to attach the Torii. The Torii is well known in Asian architecture and can be seen forming the entrance to Temples, Gates and Gardens, to name a few. This piece can be commissioned for the discriminating woodworker who would like to store his sandpaper in style. Measures 14¼” H x 21½” W x 12” D. Call or email for pricing.
I built this as a gift for my Mother-in-Law. This box really packs in the jewelry. Five drawers with the top two divided into smaller sections for earrings, etc., and lined with leather. Made from Ash with Walnut accent drawer pulls. Measures 9 ½”H x 9” W x 7 ½”D. Call or email for pricing.
A beautiful piece of Leopard Wood inspired me to do something that would really show it off. The mixture of wood really sets it apart. This Turning Tool Rack has a total of 28 mortise and tenon joints and uses a combination of Ash, Red Oak, and Leopard Wood. Holds 13 of your finest turning tools. Designed to hang on the wall or stand alone on a bench. Measures 28”H x 20”W x 10”D. Call or email for pricing.