A Collection Of Small Boxes

Here’s a collection of small boxes that we did over the summer. They vary in size from 2″ tall to 4 1/2″ tall and they feature pyrography and staining.

A pair of the boxes also feature a small glass bead accent in the center of the lid. They are all made from Ash and finished with wipe-on poly.

Here are some photos of the individual boxes. The first ones are of the largest box, that is approximately 4 1/2″ tall X 3 1/4″ at its widest. It features a black glass bead on the lid, matching the black stained band that was burned with ‘swirls’ and ‘dots’:

Wooden Boxes
Handcrafted Boxes
Woodturned Boxes
Boxes made of wood

This one is 2 3/4″ tall by 2 1/4 in diameter. It also features a black glass bead on the lid and a bit of texturing around the black stained band:

Grimple Box
turned boxes
A Collection Of Small Boxes

This one is 2 1/4″ tall and 2 3/4″ in diameter and features a burned band in a ‘basketweave’ style:

A Collection Of Small Boxes
A Collection Of Small Boxes
A Collection Of Small Boxes

And finally, the smallest of this series, this one is 2″ tall by 2 3/4″ in diameter. It features a different lid style than the previous one but it also has the ‘basketweave’ style pyrography:

A Collection Of Small Boxes
A Collection Of Small Boxes
A Collection Of Small Boxes

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2 replies on “A Collection Of Small Boxes

  • Ed Pretty

    Nice little set, Ted. Just about to go down the pyrography road myself so am looking at all of your stuff. I really like the contrast you set up with the stain on these. Very nice. Good to see the detail shot. Love the texture.

    Ed

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  • Woodworker's Guide

    Thanks, Ed! The burning and staining has opened up a whole new world of design possibilities for me. The Ash really takes a nice stain. I like the way that it gives an old, worn look to these items. Thanks, again for the kind comment.

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