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Thread: Wine bottle box with inlay.

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    Wine bottle box with inlay.

    I am making a few of these and this is my first with sliding lid. I did the inlay with maple and poplar into the bubinga cover and the eastern red cedar box. Double bevel inlay method using my scroll saw.
    Wine bottle box grapes.jpg
    No PHD, but I have a DD 214

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    Well done, Jim. The inlay work is very nice...something on my bucket list to do, someday.

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    Very nice. The inlay is beautiful.
    George

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    Nicely done! Sure to be enjoyed.
    "You can observe a lot just by watching."
    --Yogi Berra

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    Well done, Jim. I've always liked slide top boxes and that form is also good for wall hanging candle boxes.

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    How did you attach the sides together? Are they just butted up and glued or are they rabbet jointed? Hard to tell from the picture

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    Very well done Jim!
    Ken

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    Nicely done!
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    Thank you for the kind comments:
    I just cut the corners at 45 degrees and glue together. Top and bottom are simply butt joints, just glued.
    No PHD, but I have a DD 214

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