A custom box for rings. Built from scratch for a collector to house 3 large rings and made using reclaimed Brazilian Cherry and Black Walnut hardwoods. The bottom half has a folded strip of black foam to grip the rings and hold them securely in place. I use this in all my ring boxes as it's attractive, it's soft but grips really well and it's removable.
- Boise, Idaho, United States
- Handcrafted woodwork designed for use in storage and display. Boxes, cabinets, display cases and shadowboxes to provide safe environments for collectibles and to help keep special items close at hand. Perfect for small places needing to combine style & storage. Everything listed on my site is completely handmade by me in my shop from scratch. I use mostly recycled & reclaimed wood for my creations and focus on domestic woods and avoid any endangered exotic woods. Please contact me at my Etsy site for a custom order and I’d be happy to help with an original design for a special one-of-a-kind handcrafted item.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Thursday, April 30, 2015
blog. If you're in the Portland area, be sure to contact them for an appointment to view their work. It's all handmade using recycled materials and free-trade gemstones.
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Thursday, September 18, 2014
Not taking up too much space, this little box is still large enough to hold several rings and a bracelet. Two of the three compartments have foam inserts that can be easily taken out if not needed. The two halves of the box are secured with magnets on each corner, making it easy to pop open and snap shut. No latches, hinges, clasps, just a very minimal design that shows off the mahogany and spalted maple.
Listed on Etsy.
Monday, June 30, 2014
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Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Current batch of tiny ring boxes, a mix of domestic woods that I was able to find at salvage yards. Reclaimed wood comes in different sizes & thicknesses and there's no telling what you might find at any given time. These little boxes make good use of these fine hardwood scraps and I'm able to give the wood a second life. At the moment, I have about 3 dozen in different stages of completion, with this group being ready to list and the remaining ones still needing sanding and coats of finish. When finished, they include black foam inserts to secure rings in place and the foam is simply pressed in place, meaning it can be easily removed if needed. Most of the interior sizes are based around US Quarters, meaning that they'll easily hold rings up to approximately 1" in diameter, which should accommodate most ring sizes. In my listings, I include coins for scale in case a potential client doesn't know the ring size needed and there's a link to a ring sizing chart on Wikipedia.
Friday, May 23, 2014
|The latest group of little boxes, starting with walnut logs I salvaged from a tree taken down in the neighborhood years ago. Most of the things I make are very small so I expect this cord of wood to last for many years.
I start by slicing the rounds into panels and then slicing those into long square strips. After running through the planer, they're cut into individual sections to make into boxes. I add contrasting end pieces of mahogany, teak, cherry, or maple to add a little interest and drill for the magnets that hold the two halves together. After sanding each gets several light coats of clear satin finish and small strips of black foam inside to secure whatever jewelry will go inside. The foam is removable and you can use it to hold a ring in place, or take it out to make room for a necklace, earrings, or charms.
These tiny boxes can be found on my Etsy shop - check out the widget on the left to link to the listings for sale.