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Customer Submitted Photos from John S.

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This box was submitted to us by John Sincerbeaux and features our CB-303 hinge and JB-250 lid stay. Here is his story: "I started woodworking very young and used it as a way to pay for flying lessons and college. Now as an airline captain, I woodwork on my days off. Through Marquetry, [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Dan Campbell

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These photos were submitted to us by customer Dan Campbell, a woodworker who likes to work in the Arts and Crafts and Shaker styles. His preferred woods to work with are quarter sawn white oak, figured maple and walnut. This nightstand, which uses our CB-301 and JB-101 hinges, is made of walnut carcass curly maple drawer,front door panels, and [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Austin B.

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Customer Austin Brown crafted this Mesquite English Campaign Chest cir. 1850 for a client using Brusso's CB-407 butt hinge, JB-107 stop hinge, and TJ-107 routing template. Austin resides in South Texas and harvests mesquite from dead trees on his ranch; he mills the lumber and then uses it for special works. Here's what he had to say about [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Derek C.

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Derek Cvengros is a hobbyist woodworker always looking for new and interesting projects. This box was custom made for use for Dungeons and Dragons, and features our JB-818 latch, JB-102 stop hinge, and HD-702 box feet. The box is crafted out of Padauk using splined miter joints. A custom veneer was added to the top to give it [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Brian Nicely

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This photoset was submitted to us by customer Brian Nicely. As a Project Manager for a large architectural woodworking company, he also enjoys making gifts for his family members.  Using our HD-638 quadrant hinges, TJ-638 routing template, and MC-428 knob, Brian crafted this humidor for his son with Fumed Larch veneer on White Oak lumber and White Oak [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Daniel R.

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The following are three photos of a submitted to us by retired industrial designer Daniel Ramirez. This is a display case for a 1917 Luger Artillery Pistol and includes our HD-638 quadrant hinges, JB-818 latch, and JB-755 box feet. We appreciate him sharing with us!Crafting anything for the holidays? Send us pictures of your completed project using our online [...]

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Holiday Shutdown

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Brusso's office and factory will be closed December 23rd through the 26th. We will also be closed January 2nd, following New Year's Day. If you'd like to get an order out before the holidays, be sure to place your order before 10:30AM EST on 12/22 and 2:00PM EST on 12/30, respectively.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Please Note: Our factory and office will be closed November 24th and 25thAll orders that come in over the Thanksgiving weekend will be fulfilled the following week, starting 11/28/16.We hope everyone is having a festive and delightful Thanksgiving with their family and loved ones. To show our appreciation for our customers, we're giving [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from David Spader

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This photoset was submitted to us from customer David Spader. It is a purpleheart memorial box for a friend of his who passed away last year, with ebony splines and inlays. It is always an honor to have our hardware featured on such beautiful work to commemorate a lost loved one. 

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Rolling Pin Box by David Best

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These are photos of a Cocobolo Rolling Pin Box submitted to us by David Best featuring Brusso's butt hinges and lid stay. The box is made of continuous grain Cocobolo with mitered corners and hard Maple splines, Spalted Pecan top and bottom, Ebony handle and Brusso solid brass hardware. The rolling pins are hard Maple.David is a [...]

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