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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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Customer Submitted Photos from Kevin Stanton

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This humidor, which is made out of mahogany and built for a client in China, was submitted to us by Kevin Stanton and features our HD-680 quadrant hinges. It is always nice to see our products used on custom projects and we appreciate him sharing with us!Kevin runs a small furniture company in NYC. To see [...]

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Art Deco Cabinet by Craig T.

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Here's another photo submission from customer Craig Thibodeau using Brusso Hardware's L-39 offset pivot hinges. Here's what he had to say about this beautifully constructed project:"This Art Deco cabinet was designed for a puzzle collector and incorporates several puzzles and hidden details in the construction. There is a 25 piece sliding tile puzzle with a marquetry [...]

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Customer Submitted Photos from Luke Sellers

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This week we have a photoset of a really well-crafted box submitted to us by Luke Sellers using Brusso's CB-301 hinges. The turret (which, along with the latch, was custom made by Luke himself) on the right is pulled down by a spring, while the magnets embedded under tool steel hold tool heads to the slots. [...]

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Customer Submitted Box from Scott Keith

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This is a walnut and makore jewelry box submitted to us by Scott Keith using Brusso's JB-102 stop hinges. "While I generally build larger furniture items, I found this smaller project to be very challenging, requiring a higher level of precision. That is exactly why I chose Brusso hinges."To see more of Scott's work be sure to [...]

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Customer Submitted Box from Ed Rizzardi

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Here are some photos of a keepsake box submitted to us by Ed Rizzardi made for his 3 year old grandson. The box features Brusso's quadrant hinges and latch. Ed sanded and polished this box to 4000 grit and finished with an oil mixture he made himself.  It is made from Honduras Mahogany and Curly [...]

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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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