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5 Drawer Jewelry Chest of Ribbon Sapele by Bob Dickey 5 Drawer Jewelry Chest of Ribbon Sapele by Bob Dickey
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Product description: This large jewelry chest is made of ribbon Sapele from West Africa. One of my favorite woods because of its rich color and the way the light and dark ribbons in the wood change as light plays across the surface. In addition, the top incorporates two panels of spaulted Maple that add contrast and their own personality to the overall piece. The overall external dimensions of the box are approximately 17" wide, 11 1/2" front to back, and 10 1/2" high. Each drawer is approximately 8 1/4" x 13" wide and 1 1/4" deep. The top two have a removable divider grid that offer 24 storage areas, while the next two, with slightly larger spacing offer 15 storage areas each. These grids can also be removed. The last drawer is undivided. The lining material used is a heavy duty faux suede upholstery fabric that is elegant yet very rugged. The entire piece is finished with multiple coats of satin lacquer.
 
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5 Drawer Jewelry Chest of Ribbon Sapele by Bob Dickey

Woodworking by Bob Dickey

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  • Product ID#: 214294
  • Dimensions: 17" width x12" height x11" depth
  • Weight: 12
  • Materials: Wood
  • Style: Contemporary

Artwork Description: This large jewelry chest is made of ribbon Sapele from West Africa. One of my favorite woods because of its rich color and the way the light and dark ribbons in the wood change as light plays across the surface. In addition, the top incorporates two panels of spaulted Maple that ...
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Every piece of fine hardwood is unique, with an aesthetic driven by color, grain and figure. My goal as a woodworker and box maker, is to enrich that uniqueness by creating a piece art that is pleasing to the eye, functional, and with a quality of craftsmanship and materials that will ensure a lifetime of and use. Thus, every piece I make starts with wood selection. Only when the wood is selected, can I then proceed to the design of the final piece I want to create. As a result, even though...read more