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Box from Linus Johansson

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     This box was made by Linus Johansson, a part-time Swedish cabinetmaker. It features our JB-818 box latch, HD-702 box feet, and HD-680 quadrant hinges.

     "I want people to buy things from me for the same reasons they buy a painting, they want something neat and colorful that can decorate their home. I will lend over functional and practical furniture making to others."
     To see more of Linus' work, be sure to visit his website at: http://www.linusschatullmakare.se/

Box from John Triplett

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     This box was submitted to us by customer John Triplett, a land surveyor and collector of surveying antiques.      "I collect and restore vintage surveying instruments. This surveying sextant, about 100 years old, came to me with the original box missing one hinge and one latch. Needing to replace the hinges, Brusso's CB-303 [...]

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Poker Chip Box from Matthew Watkins

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     Customer Matthew Watkins made this poker chip box using Brusso's HD-638 quadrant hinges and JB-818 box latch. Here's what he had to say about this commissioned piece:     "I was commissioned to produce a high end poker chip box as a gift and was given free reign to work some magic with the [...]

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Commissioned Box from John Sincerbeaux

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     This is another box from customer John Sincerbeaux, and features our CB-303 butt hinges and JB-250 lid stay. Using walnut, tulipwood, and birdseye maple, as well as the lid design with the silhouetted horses and landscape, really make this project stand out!     To see more of his works, be sure to visit [...]

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Box from John Sincerbeaux

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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 [...]

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Christmas Cufflink Case from Jonathan Pedersen

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     Featured here are two cufflink cases that utilize Brusso's own JB-102 stop hinges. John uses only hand tools to create his cases and estimates that each box took him approximately 90-100 hours to complete from design to finish. The cases feature walnut, burl maple, hard maple, and rosewood.

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Box from Michel Blais

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     This box was submitted to us by Michel Blais in Sherbrooke, Québec and utilize our CB-301 butt hinges.     "A box created for a friend, for "hiding" desktop clutter (pens, stapler, notepads, post-its, etc.) Sapele and Bird's-eye Maple, 24" L x 8" W x 6" H. The medallion is Bird's-eye Maple with Wenge [...]

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Celtic Knot Humidor from Pete Connor

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     This photo was submitted by Pete Connor. The box features our SR-638 side rail hinges and JB-818 latch. The Celtic Knot is a religious symbol with both Pagan and Christian heritage.

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Brusso In South Korea!

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     Brusso is proud to announce that our products are being sold directly in South Korea. By partnering with the local retailer SoBit we now have a direct retail channel to serve woodworkers in South Korea.     While all our products are made in the USA, every year we export our products to customers [...]

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Floor Standing Cabinet by Ryan Dexter

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    This project was submitted to us by our customer Ryan Dexter of Dexter Designs Woodworking featuring our CP-150 pulls.    "I have always been a big fan of the 50s and 60s tools and design. Nearly all floor standing tools are from that time frame, and a big part of the appeal is [...]

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