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Cabinet from Stine Mai S.

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     This beautiful cabinet was submitted to us by Stine Mai Sjøgaard, a Danish woodworker. To see more of her work and process, be sure to check her IG: stine.mai.sjogaard

     "I graduated as a joiner/fine woodworker/cabinetmaker last week with this piece, with an A and the greatest result possible. As a cabinetmaker I am constantly looking for details that serve the piece in the right elegant way. The Brusso brass knife-hinge implemented with the dark color of the walnut is just so strong and beautiful. A real pleasure to work with, and the result is indeed satisfying."

Tile Boxes from Jerry K.

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     These two commissioned boxes were submitted to us by Jerry Komassa who lives in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin.     "I was always interested in woodworking but didn't have the time or patience for serious work. Now that I'm retired my new "job" IS woodworking!     I have made a number of this type of [...]

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Humidor from Brett G.

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   This project was submitted to us by customer Brett Gilmer. This humidor was made from cherry and walnut with an African Blackwood lift and uses our HD-638 quadrant hinges. The inside is lined with Spanish cedar, and the bottom holds a fun little secret sparrow marquetry scene.   To see more of his installation process, be [...]

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Flag Humidor from Dave G.

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     This set of photos was submitted to us by our customer Dave Glasco who used our side rail hinges to make this flag humidor for his son, who is currently serving in Afghanistan supporting our troops. The exterior flag shapes were made with maple and cherry and the stars are made with a walnut [...]

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Jewelry Chest from Steve R.

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     This project was submitted to us by customer Steve Revella, who used our L-23 offset pivot hinge to make this marquetry jewelry chest for his wife. According to Steve the hinge selection "required precision movement since there were complex angles that needed to come together exactly." The woods used were Birds Eye maple, Madrone [...]

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Hinges on Laptop Desk from Dennis A.

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Our customer Dennis Annotti shared this photo-- a detailed shot of our CB-302 butt hinge built into a lap top desk using hand tools. We love having our customers share in-progress shots of their projects with our hardware!

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Box from Orlando T.

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     This box was submitted to us by Orlando Turner and utilizes our HD-702 box feet and JB-103 stop hinges.    "I am at work a lot and wanted to give my wife something nice. I worked on this box off and on for about 6 months and as a person who enjoys high quality knew that Brusso [...]

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Night Stand by Steve Chant

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     Our customer Steven Chant made this simple night stand using Brusso's CP-125 recessed pull, designed for cabinets and fine furniture. The backdrop of greenery really makes this design stand out!

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Two Jewelry Boxes from Mike G.

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     These photos of two jewelry boxes were submitted to us by Mike Girolamo, a Floridian woodworker who crafted them for his granddaughters. They are the same design with different wood-one is mahogany with a mahogany crotch veneer lid, while the other is mahogany with curly maple body, drawer fronts and a curly maple [...]

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Tool Box from Doug H.

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These photos were submitted to us by customer Doug Harshbarger. "This is a tool box I made from Walnut and includes a removable cherry tote. It's about 18 inches long, 9" tall and 8" wide. I used the JB-107 hinges, JB-250 lid stay and the JB-818 catch. I didn't really need the stop hinges [...]

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