1 Drawer Bright Jewelry Chest

$260.00

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Vintage from before 2000

Handmade

Item details

Material

Wood

Dimensions

Height: 5 1/2 Inches; Width: 7 1/4 Inches

I call this my “Bright 1 Drawer Cabinet”. On the sides and back of the cabinet is a variation of a “Rolling Star” quilt pattern, in two sizes. On the sides I have 32 pieces in the same area that I have 16 pieces on the back. The cabinet is about 5 ½ "tall x 7 1/4" wide and 8" front to back. I made it using about 378 pieces of wood cut in either diamond or triangle shapes from different kinds of wood. I used the half size pieces for the “Rolling Star” on the sides, so there are 32 pieces where I would normally have 16 pieces. The cabinet is finished in its natural color with 5 or 6 coats of a clear wiping varnish, rubbed in by hand. The pieces are a bit over 3/16" thick, glued onto a Baltic Birch base, so they hold up much better than a thin veneer.

The type of wood is listed on the bottom of the cabinet, from the center out of the “Rolling Star” quilt pattern on the side or back. On this cabinet the wood is “Hackberry” from Missouri, “Purpleheart” from Central or South America, “Wenge” from West Africa, “Satinwood” from Sri Lanka, and “Walnut” from Missouri.

The drawer design of the jewelry cabinet makes it unique from all others. The type of wood on the drawer front is listed on the inside of the drawer front along with the number of the cabinet. The number of the cabinet is also listed on the inside on the back. You will see it when you pull the drawer out and look inside at the back. The number of this cabinet is #35. I help hold the drawer together using pegs I make from the same type of wood that is on the drawer face.

I made this cabinet in 1998. On the bottom I signed it, listed the wood, and dated it. After the date, the words “Foot Cut” let you know I made it on a foot powered table saw. The drawer is cut out on a scroll saw I made to go on the power supply that runs the table saw.

I lined inside the top and the drawer bottom with black velveteen.

You can buy a matching set of up to 7different boxes with this design and coloring.

My wife uses one to hold extra feet and other small things for her sewing machine.

Go to my ”Shop Polices” and “Profile” page to see my return policy and other information on how I make these. To see other cabinets I’ve made, click on “Large Boxes” or whatever gets your interest under “Sections in this shop”. The “Home” page itself can be rather confusing with everything mixed up. The “Sections in this shop” lets me show you all like items together as a unit.

Payment can be made using Pay Pal for immediate shipment, money order or check. Checks will have to clear before shipment is made.
I call this my “Bright 1 Drawer Cabinet”. On the sides and back of the cabinet is a variation of a “Rolling Star” quilt pattern, in two sizes. On the sides I have 32 pieces in the same area that I have 16 pieces on the back. The cabinet is about 5 ½ "tall x 7 1/4" wide and 8" front to back. I made it using about 378 pieces of wood cut in either diamond or triangle shapes from different kinds of wood. I used the half size pieces for the “Rolling Star” on the sides, so there are 32 pieces where I would normally have 16 pieces. The cabinet is finished in its natural color with 5 or 6 coats of a clear wiping varnish, rubbed in by hand. The pieces are a bit over 3/16" thick, glued onto a Baltic Birch base, so they hold up much better than a thin veneer.

The type of wood is listed on the bottom of the cabinet, from the center out of the “Rolling Star” quilt pattern on the side or back. On this cabinet the wood is “Hackberry” from Missouri, “Purpleheart” from Central or South America, “Wenge” from West Africa, “Satinwood” from Sri Lanka, and “Walnut” from Missouri.

The drawer design of the jewelry cabinet makes it unique from all others. The type of wood on the drawer front is listed on the inside of the drawer front along with the number of the cabinet. The number of the cabinet is also listed on the inside on the back. You will see it when you pull the drawer out and look inside at the back. The number of this cabinet is #35. I help hold the drawer together using pegs I make from the same type of wood that is on the drawer face.

I made this cabinet in 1998. On the bottom I signed it, listed the wood, and dated it. After the date, the words “Foot Cut” let you know I made it on a foot powered table saw. The drawer is cut out on a scroll saw I made to go on the power supply that runs the table saw.

I lined inside the top and the drawer bottom with black velveteen.

You can buy a matching set of up to 7different boxes with this design and coloring.

My wife uses one to hold extra feet and other small things for her sewing machine.

Go to my ”Shop Polices” and “Profile” page to see my return policy and other information on how I make these. To see other cabinets I’ve made, click on “Large Boxes” or whatever gets your interest under “Sections in this shop”. The “Home” page itself can be rather confusing with everything mixed up. The “Sections in this shop” lets me show you all like items together as a unit.

Payment can be made using Pay Pal for immediate shipment, money order or check. Checks will have to clear before shipment is made.

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