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Steel and Copper Reliquary Box

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This elegant and heavy duty reliquary is the perfect spot for your sacred objects!

A labor of love to be sure, and a harmony of masculine and feminine attributes. A very modern design with art deco stylings, this box is made with heirloom quality craftsmanship and materials that will withstand just about any abuse. Fine functional art!

Reclaimed copper wire was stripped, hammered flat and then hammer textured. Each piece of wire was hand bent into shape, cut and then brazed together to form the design of the lid. The entire copper design is brazed onto a flat sheet of steel cut to match the shape of the body. The body is fabricated from reclaimed 3" pipe cut into sections then welded into final shape. Another piece of sheet steel forms the bottom of the box. Lid and body are joined with a salvaged antique hinge. Should the need arise, hinge is bolted (no nuts! steel is tapped so bolts are flush on the inside) into place and can be removed/replaced. Interior bottom is lined with a deep brown garment grade leather to protect your special pieces.

Entire piece is lacquer sealed.
Outside dimensions are 7 3/4 x 5 x 2 1/4
Inside dimensions are 7 1/4 x 4 1/2 x 2
Weighs an astonishing 4 lbs 10 oz!

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Steel and Copper Reliquary Box

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: copper, steel, brass, antique hinge, leather
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 247 reviews
  • Favorited by: 102 people