Every girl needs an oak toolbox with finger jointed corners and brass corner pieces & clasps, right? It reminds me of a toolbox you would find in a Grandpa's shop. It's just so pretty.
Ooooohhhh. Very nice! How heavy is it to carry around?
Litter Box - It's bigger than it looks in the photo.....10" x 24." It is pretty heavy. I imagine that I will put it in one spot and use it to store stuff. It actually would work nicely in a room storing things like sewing or craft supplies.
Yeah, I thought it looked more like a piece of art rather than something I'd want to drag around the Litter Box... That's a good idea to use it to store other things!
I might put my sewing stuff in it. Or my tools. Haven't decided yet. I think the wood will get a nice patina with use.
Oohhh that's so pretty!! I write up little blurbs about tools for toolmonger.com and this is too nice to not include. But the linedrawing on their site doesn't begin to show how pretty it is. Do you mind if I use one or two of your pictures to better illustrate how beautiful it is? You can email me at tanama44 at aol with dot com. Thanks!!!
Thanks for permission to use your pics and refer to your post! You can read it here:http://toolmonger.com/2007/07/09/beautifully-crafted-oak-toolbox/
Georgetown - Thanks for the link :-) It is a realy nice toolbox and Duluth Trading is a very nice company to work with....they ship out the next day. I just ordered a second toolbox as a gift.
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