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Thread: A memory box for my Granddaughter.

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    A memory box for my Granddaughter.

    Asked to make a box. It is African Mahogany with Purpleheart splines. I had that post office box door in my donít throw away drawer. Design as you go!



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    Charlie Jones

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    A memory box for my Granddaughter.

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    I was asked
    to make a box. It is African Mahogany with Purpleheart splines. I had that post office box door in my donít throw away drawer. Design as you go!
    Last edited by Charlie Jones; 07-10-2021 at 12:13 PM.
    Charlie Jones

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    Do you need to put in the combination to gain access?

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    Yes, that makes it intriguing for a child.
    Charlie Jones

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    Cool! At first I wasnít sure how it works. Yes, a kid would be intrigued!

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    Heck, Iím far from being a kid and I would love it. Nice job! Really like when vintage items can be incorporated into a project.

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    Thank you. Anytime I can use something from my “collection “ I am happy.
    Charlie Jones

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