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Introducing Eucalyptus Melliodora or the Yellow Box Gum. He's working class and a true Melburnian...not usually turned into sideboards and dining suites, more your blue collar - fence posts, bridges the like. This beautiful gum is found right through the east coast of Australia however he is native to the actual location of Melbourne City and it's surrounding suburbs.

He has a broad, top heavy canopy and provides wonderful shade for the main roads and highways of Melbourne (too large for suburban streets). This particular piece (a reclaimed fence post) must have come from a tree with quite heavy branches as it has a gorgeous fiddleback effect right throughout the honey coloured timber. This gives the timber a rippled, watery effect making the surface luminous when moved. Lovely!

This heavy, dense triple drawer tower is perfect for keeping all sorts of jewelry or knick knacks. This glass drawer knobs are layered dots of different shades of glass in similar colours....the top in shades of transparent topaz and amber and mustard and burnt orange, then many shades of green in the middle drawer knob and finally cornflower to french blue to teal and powder blue. Sun, forest, water.

The dimensions are 16cm high X 10.5cm wide X 10.5cm deep **or** 6.3" high X 4.13" wide X 4.13" deep.

##US customers please note that as this box weighs more than 500gm it will attract an additional Security Tax of US$9
Brandi Johnson

Wooden box bandsaw jewelry recycled timber australian triple drawer glass drawer knob multi colour


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: yellow box timber, glass
  • Ships worldwide from Kinglake, Australia
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