Spalted Oak Blue River Box

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I’m really excited how this box turned out. The top and sides have some blue tinted epoxy to generate a river that flows around the box. Made from spalted oak that fell down from natural causes, and another black oak tree that fell down during a storm. Black Diamond Pigments were used to tint the epoxy. The box is finished with Osmo oil, to give it a natural satin look. Solid brass hinges. Available for purchase over on my shop: Blue Waterfall Box – Redwood Monkey Workshop.

 

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[…] My friend commissioned me to make a custom box for her upcoming wedding. This is the second box I’ve made in this style, with the first one being called a “waterfall box“. I originally started thinking about how I could create a flowing river on the top of a box, and this simple design came from that idea. Here are a few pictures of that original river box. […]

[…] Check out a few pictures of me making this box on my blog post: Making a Waterfall Box with Epoxy and some larger images at: Spalted Oak Blue River Box. […]

[…] made a few of these “river boxes”. My first one was back in August 2019 with the Spalted Blue River Box. Since then I’ve made a few others. I made one for my friend Dawn’s wedding: Blue River […]

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