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Christmas gift--Question!

So I am recreating a 3 tiered jewelry box for my girlfriend this Christmas, and I have a simple question.

When looking at the picture, notice the..bars? supports? hinges?... I don't even know what to call them, on the sides?

I'm wondering what they're called/where i could get them, or if i can't, the best way of recreating them would be.

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Check at Rockler or Wood Craft for those. If not you can buy the bar stock at an Ace Hardware either on line or at a brick and mortar store and make your own.

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Any idea what they would be called if they were sold by one of those stores?
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Any idea what they would be called if they were sold by one of those stores?
Lee Valley prolly sells them as well.
www.leevalley.com
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Sorry, no. They look simple enough to make. Just get some flat bar stock and cut as needed.

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You may be able to find them advertised as a jewelry box tray support

Edit... Here's an example of wooden supports, perhaps A little nicer IMO. I think something like this would work in your application with a little modification

http://www.jeffgreefwoodworking.com/...wel/index.html

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As johnnie said a piece of bar stock with the ends rounded would be easy to do. I would stack all of the pieces and drill all the screw holes together so the distance between the holes is exactly the same on all, and it will open straight.
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