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Customer Photo Submission from Frank Snyder

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This set of photos were submitted to us by Frank Snyder. "This Memory Box was commissioned by the new baby's grandmother. Teddy was born this May and his grandmother wanted his astrological sign- Taurus- on the lid. I carved the bull using a Bosch Palm Router and chisels and gouges. "The picture frame on the inside [...]

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Customer Submitted Box from Seth Paddock

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These photos were submitted to us by Seth Paddock using Brusso's latches and hinges . This box was made to store a friend's Magic cards. According to Seth, this is the second time he's made this box primarily to include Brusso Hardware. We are glad that our parts could help elevate this project and add an elegant [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Bill Grzanich

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We've been getting a lot of photo submissions this summer. Here are photos of two boxes made by Bill Grzanich using Brusso's hinges. The first box is made of cherry, with canary wood pieces on the lid; the second has a walnut carcase with a sycamore lid and accents. These two boxes are both based [...]

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Independence Day Shutdown: Brusso will be CLOSED July 4th through July 8th.

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Photo SourceWe hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. Here at Brusso, our factory and office will be having a shutdown from 7/4/16 until 7/8/16. If you would like to get an order shipped out, make sure to place them by Thursday, June 30th. Any orders afterwards will not ship [...]

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Box Submission from Jose Eguez

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This photoset was submitted to use by Jose Eguez, which features an heirloom box made out of cocobolo wood with traditional dove tail and our JB-101 stop hinges. Jose has been building custom furniture for over 30 years, and enjoys making these types of boxes for graduations, weddings, funerals, etc. Currently, Jose is making a dining [...]

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Tea Box from Corey Morrissey

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We love seeing our products used on gifts for loved ones. This photoset features a tea box from Corey Morrissey, which was made for his girlfriend as a Christmas present using Brusso's JB-103 stop hinges. Corey says that he and his girlfriend love tea and are from the White Mountains in New Hampshire (hence the etched mountain [...]

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Customer Submitted Photo from Eric McRory

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Below is a photo of a tournament size backgammon board Eric McRory made using Brusso's CB-407 butt hinges. It is one of his most elaborate inlay projects, using western maple veneer, zebra wood, ebony, eastern maple, and bloodwood. Eric has been woodworking as a hobby since age 10, and has his board featured in The Readers Gallery [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Jim Tobias

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Here are photos of two boxes submitted to us by Jim Tobias featuring Brusso's HD-638 quadrant hinge and CB-302 butt hinge. He was introduced to woodworking at an early age by assisting his uncle and grandfather, who were both contractors. Currently he makes a variety of items from furniture to boxes as well as custom designs. To see [...]

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Music Box Photos from David S

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Here's another photoset of a 72 note music box that customer David Schneiderman built for his daughter's 18th birthday using Brusso Hardware's knob and hinges. He also shared some nice humidor shots with us last year; make sure to give those a look if you haven't already. 

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Customer Submitted Box from Chase Burritt

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Here are some photos submitted to us from customer Chase Burritt, a retired finance executive who's picked up woodworking as a hobby for the past couple of years. Below are pictures of a beautiful box made of padauk and maple keys he made for his wife using Brusso's stop hinges.

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