Lidded Boxes

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These Lidded Boxes we made quite some time ago from whatever wood I had laying about.   All Australian very Hard Wood.
I don't have a lot of information on them as per sizes I'm sorry.  I had placed these on another site some years ago.
But they were turned on my Lathe and finished with Danish Oil from memory.

KInd regards......Cliff.

14 Comments

Love the luster on those!

Ryan/// ~sigh~ I blew up another bowl. Moke told me "I made the inside bigger than the outside".


Sorry Cliff, only a small thumb as I'm not a bowler... more a batsman and have dabbled a bit as a keeper... though SWMBO calls it hoarding.

Nearly got interested in bowls when I went off on a tangent threads in wood.... but got discouraged when I heard about thread chasing.  Have you tried thread chasing?... anyone?

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

Beautiful boxes, Cliff.............Cheers, jim

Cheers, Jim ........................ Variety is the spice of life...............Learn something new every day

Those look great Cliff, a wonderful finish on them too.

Main Street to the Mountains

Nice boxes for sure.   

Ron

Interesting wood and they all look nice!

No name noobie here

RyanGi
Thanks Ryan,  Yes the Lustre is many coats of Danish Oil.  I am slowly going back to Danish Oil,  I think it does give a deep glow as it sinks into the wood.
Regards......Cliff.
LittleBlackDuck
Haw, Haw Haw....Mr Duck, I just got the joke..."not a BOWLER"....Very Good...I got a good "quack" out of that remark!!!
Regards......Cliff.
Eric - the "Loft"
Thanks Eric.....Regards......Cliff
987Ron.

Thank you Ron.......Regards......Cliff./
YRTi.
Thank you YRTi.
Much appreciated......Regards......Cliff.
Jim Jakosh.
Thanks Jim,
Lidded Boxes are great fun to make.
Regards......Cliff.


 CLIFF OLSEN
LittleBlackDuck
Haw, Haw Haw....Mr Duck, I just got the joke..."not a BOWLER".....

Hmm, I wasn't being silly-arse... I just don't make bowls, and Cricket and I got along... both in my youth and LJ.

But I wasn't referring to skirt... you didn't answer thread chasing... (sorry PC'ers).

If your first cut is too short... Take the second cut from the longer end... LBD

Sharp looking, you did good on these with the different woods used. Great job.  Mike