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post #1 of 4 Old 04-25-2008, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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A 3 leg box with pewter 10cm x 8cm approx, cocabola legs spaltered sweet chestnut lid with banski nut insert with a spaltered brown oak body and pewter handle, (lid pull bent finial knob) whatever you want to call it...LB

Black flock sprayed inside of box and mahogany insert in base bottom..
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Very nice box, great idea with the pewter.
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Yeah the handle was a nice idea.
Does that flock spray hold up over time or does it flake off?
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The flock is okay have done a few jew boxes with it over time the wife has one that was done about 4 yrs back and has a stud up to the use, its easy to use as well. Paint on the glue and spray the flock let it dry over about 15 hours. bit pricey for out lay but goes a long way...LB
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