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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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Customer Submitted Chest from Jim Fescina

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Below is a chest submitted to us from customer Jim Fescina. It was made for his daughter's wedding and uses our JB-107 stop hinges.Sometimes we get customer calls asking about the weight capabilities of some of our hinges. While we do not provide weight ratings, hopefully photos like this can give customers an idea of how [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos From Tim S.

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Here are two projects submitted to us by customer Timothy Stewart. The first is a small box with a portable divider using our hinges and latch. The second is a display case showcasing an American flag that also uses our hinges. Appropriate use of our American-made hardware and we couldn't be more impressed with the [...]

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Customer Submitted Photo from Robert D.

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We have another set of photos from our long-time customer Bob Dickey. You can see his first submission here. The first is a jewelry box with shinto gate marquetry and made of quarter sewn sapele; the second is a sapele and canary wood jewelry box with an inlaid top. It was made for his granddaughter on her [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Steven P.

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We have a couple of photos from customer Steven Parker. The first is a humidor was commissioned for a Charity Silent Auction. The unit top was heavy enough Steve felt that 3 Brusso CB-407 would work to get the job done. Steve says using Routing template TJ-107 made fitting the hinges a breeze and concluded with a perfect [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Nicholas P.

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Here are some photos of a box submitted to us by Nicholas Poschl featuring our SR-638 side rail hinges. He currently works at High Country Woodworking and specializes in custom-made furniture, refinishing, and furniture restoration. We appreciate him sharing this project with us and look forward to seeing more works of his in the future. To see more [...]

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Customer Submitted Box from Greg Bruck

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This is a small box submitted to us by Greg Bruck featuring our quadrant hinges. The addition of the lock and geometric design really give this project a unique, modern look and we appreciate Greg sharing this with us. Have work you'd like to share? Feel free to submit your work through our submission page. 

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