Exquisite, Brazilian cherry and black walnut jewelry box by master craftsman William Taylor, with spalted birch, zebrawood, and lacewood accents, and an inlaid lid featuring a mahogany tree and a maple bird. This functional jewelry box can accommodate a large variety of jewelry, with dividers that can easily be removed to fit larger items.
William Taylor often uses unusual and historic woods to incorporate into his boxes. Most of his boxes require at least 30 hours of work and take two or more weeks to complete. The finishes are all done by hand and wood finishes are not something to be hurried. Resting during the building process allows William time to evaluate the wood’s movement as temperature and humidity change, and also for the finishes to cure properly, resulting in high quality fine boxes that are made to last for generations.
William’s marquetry pictures are made entirely of wood that is sawn into the panel using a double bevel process, using a variety of natural colors from wood found around the globe. Each piece of wood is individually set into the panel in a time consuming process, requiring at least 8 hours of labor for one picture panel. The results are unrivaled, and no two panels are ever alike.
Box dimensions:8 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
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