7-1/2" Wood Box

$26.95 USD
Item# 639106
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Product Features

  • 7-1/2" square x 3-1/2" deep
  • 6-1/4" square, router recessed opening
  • Medium oak finish


Product Description

Turn premium wood boxes into display-worthy treasure chests!
This small exquisite premium wood box is perfect for jewelry, trinkets, desk items, photos and a variety of other purposes. Hinged lid features a cut out center with a router recessed opening measuring approximately 6-1/4" square perfect for your stained glass, fused and mosaic panels. Finished to a medium oak color. Overall dimensions measure approximately 7-1/2" square x 3-1/2" deep.

Stained glass box image courtesy of Aanraku Studios. Sunflower mosaic by artist Shelly Heiss, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery. Fox box by artist Lexan Cranfill.

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Pros : Nice enough but I wouldn't want to give it to anyone.
Cons : Definitely a glued together item. The hinges are cheap. Not a good color.
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