Jewelry Tower

Editor's Choice - Oct 22, 2014

I just finished this piece in October 2014. This is a real beauty.

This jewelry tower is made of Solid Walnut and Quarter-sawn White Oak.
Handmade and hand finished with a cherry stain and a satin laquered finish.
The drawers include removable dividers.

The overall box dimensions are
12 3/4" tall X 12 3/4" wide X 5 1/2" deep

6 Wine Colored Velvet Drawers include:
1 Drawer Ring Cushioned
2 Drawers with 9 Section Divider (removable)
2 Drawers with 4 Section Divider (removable)
1 Drawer, Full Open Space

2 Doors, One on either side open with mortised hinges and stay closed with inlayed magnets
Each side has 6 Hooks for hanging watches or other items.

Woods: walnut white oak

Tags: jewelry box solid walnut white oak quarter sawn white oak cherry satin satin laquered finish

Angela Maddock

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Michal Bulla ...

It looks great Angela. How tall is it?

Thorreain ...

Very nice. The quarter sawn oak has a very nice batch of figuring. It looks fairly heavy too. I have been wanting to build one, maybe once I am done my work bench. Thank you for sharing.

David E. ...

Wow – That’s a beauty! Great job!

Mike40 ...

Beautiful design and very well built too.

lanwater ...

Great job. It looks nice.

Angela Maddock ...

Thanks for all the positive feedback…I appreciate it.

shipwright ...

Very nice work Angela.
Welcome to WWW

Dutchy ...

What a beauty Angela! I like it very much.

Wolf (& Rabbit!) ...

Sweet! such detail and such beautiful wood. Nice work.

lightweightladylefty ...

Angela,

What a lovely jewelry box! Welcome to WWW. We’re looking forward to seeing some more of your work.

L/W

Woodbridge ...

that is a beautiful jewellery box, both inside and out!

Brian ...

Really beautiful design and execution. The grain is fantastic. I love the pulls too.

BarbS ...

Wonderful design. You’ve done yourself proud with this one!

Manitario ...

Congrats on your Fall Award win!

Angela Maddock ...

Wow! I am so very excited and surprised at the same time. I have never shown any of my work until this year, after all these years of creating and making things. I am a self taught woodworker for 18 years and love accomplishing new things every time I get out in my workshop.
I am so humbled and thankful.

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