Ever seen a naked prototype Jewelry/Keepsake Chest ?

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Its a direct copy of Splinters project post, only a little skinnier.
all Recycled Pine held together with panel pins and staples
all produced on the trusty Table Saw.
If the design is accepted by the family I will make three from New Guinea Rose wood.
At this stage its not fully functional the drawer slides and handles have not been fitted nor and raised panels obviously




Regards Rob

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Nice to be able to afford jewelry with our current govermin.

Actually nice to be able to afford petrol to pick up free timber.

In two minds,

about those/these drawer pulls.

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

I know you’ll dress it up Rob. 

Life’s Good, Enjoy Each New Day’s Blessings

Looks like you have it mastered Rob. I'll be watching for the Rosewood now.

Main Street to the Mountains

some 1 say naked i came for pics 🤣

*TONY ** Reinholds* ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HAVE FUN

On the right track.     Complete the naked one also.    Rose wood will be great.

Ron

ya had to use the word naked ! you know better with this bunch !

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

Dyammmm Rob, you be fast!

I'd sill be searching for my shop keys, while standing in the shop with the keys still in the door.

Rosewood eh? That'll look fantastic. Don't forget, you'll be obligated to stuff those drawers with expensive rocks and metals 🙂

 SplinterGroup 
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I'd sill be searching for my shop keys, while standing in the shop with the keys still in the door.
That's why he works in his back yard Splinter...
First it was his sander, then his wallet, followed by his tutel and now it's the shop keys!

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

Hey, we all "lose it" as we get older. Left to the youngsters to "find it" and think WTF? How did this sander end up in the cereal box?
Oh so we have a few Rosewood fans out there too,
one of the best timbers I have worked with
1. Smells great
2. Looks great
3. Finishes great
Here is a teaser of what the drawer fronts will  look like if it goes ahead.





I might has to post a pair of boxes I made many years ago!

Regards Rob

thats some purdy timber there rob.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

RobsCastle
Looking good Rob...Also the Rosewood is Beautiful!!!
Regards......Cliff.