Boxes

In woodturning a box is generally a small piece designed to hold items such as jewellery, money, cosmetics or small trinkets. It usually has a lid which may be push fit, hinged or screw fit. The form offers an infinite variety of design.

My boxes vary in size from an inch in diameter and half an inch height, to 4" diameter by 6" high. They can be pyrographed to personalise items.

Money Box
A money box with pyrographed dedication

Money Boxes

Acacia

Wooden money box
Boxes
Four small boxes in different styles and different wood.

Four small boxes

Olive and oak

Turned wooden boxes
Coin boxes
Small boxes with special date coins added. .

Coin boxes

Goncalo Alves

Commemorative boxes
Honey pot
Turned honey pot for holding a one pound jar of honey

Honey pot

Horse chestnut

Honey jar pot
Pill boxes
Small pill boxes. Friction fit lids.

Pill boxes

Rosewood

Wooden pill boxes
Jewellery box
A jewellery box with inner tray

Jewellery box

Ash

Wood jewellery box
Egg box
A hollow egg, giving a different meaning to an egg box

Egg box

Spalted beech

Egg shaped box
Wedding present egg box
A hollow egg, given as a wedding present. The egg cup is integral to the bottom part of the egg.

Large egg box

Spalted beech

Egg shaped box
Pot pourri holder
Pot pourri boxes in elm and sycamore

POT POURRI BOXES

Elm, sycamore

Pot pourri pots
Jewellery boxes
Jewellery boxes with inner trays

JEWELLERY BOXES

Sapele

Jewellery boxes in wood
Mice in boxes
Mice with boxes to live in. Three different woods.

MICE IN BOXES

Oak, bubinga, ash

Mice in boxes