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Honeylocust is a commonly planted tree on New England streets, having small leaflets that virtually disappear into the surroundings when they fall in autumn. Its wood is quite hard and a pleasing golden honey color.  The first photo shows the remnants of a branch in the wood.  The escutcheon under the pull is a cross-section of a branch, showing its annual rings. The lid can be removed with one hand, giving easy access to the contents.

Soft-gloss finish.

Diameter: 6
1/4 inches
   Height:  4
1/2 inches  

     Price: $160
Shipping: $12 to U.S. destinations. Contact me for international rates.

Birds love the fruit of red mulberry, and woodturners love its wood, which is bright yellow when freshly cut, but ages to a more subdued, mellow color. A rhododendron pull tops the lid, which can be removed with one hand, giving easy access to your little treasures inside.

Soft-gloss finish.

Diameter: 4
1/4 inches
   Height:  4
inches  

     Price: $90
Shipping: $10 to U.S. destinations. Contact me for international rates.

Red Mulberry Wood Box (BX027)

Slippery Elm & Gingko Carved Wood Box (BX81)

Wooden Box Gallery 1

Boxes:  1   2   3

Slippery Elm (aka Red Elm) is the medium brown shell of this wooden box, forming the carved tree silhouettes and lid. A liner of Gingko was inserted after the carving was completed, and the box was hollowed. The lid is topped with a pull of Black Palm.

Medium-gloss lacquer finish.

Diameter: 3
1/4 inches
   Height: 3
3/4 inches  

     Price: $135
Shipping: $12 to U.S. destinations. Contact me for international rates.

Honeylocust Wood Box (BX120)

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