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Garden box

 

 

  This is a box restored from a very old French design, one of the oldest scroll saw designs I have ever found, from around 1870. I have kept the flowers motif but I have changed the shape of the borders that was a bit too simple. The flowers are arranged in a quite natural way, which gives the box an informal aspect. The fretwork contains  roses, carnations and daisies. The sides of the box can be made either in one piece, covering the interior with linen, or in two pieces, the external one fretworked and the interior one acting as a contrasting wood. The box is completed with two hinges.

  The box is designed to be made preferably with 1/4 and 1/8 inches wood or with 6 and 3 mm wood, but of course it can be resized at will to fit any wood thickness. The following table gives the measures of the box depending on the wood thickness you use:

  Box height Box depth Box width
1/4 and 1/8  in. wood 5,8 in. 6,1 in. 14 in.
6 and 3 mm. wood 14 cm. 14,6 cm. 33,6 cm.

 Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 8 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

 

  These pictures have kindly been sent by Valeriy Elizarov from Vilyuchinsk, Russia. Made with hardwood oak.

 

  These pictures are courtesy of José María Beltrán from Barcelona. The interior of the box has been covered with green felt and the lid has been installed with hinges.

 
 This picture has been sent by Antonio Valadés Flores from Don Benito, Spain.

 This picture has been sent by Ester and Isaac Arditi from Israel.

 

  These pictures are courtesy of Francisco Gómez from Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

 

  This picture has been sent by Maunel Corullón from Colmenar Viejo from Madrid, Spain.

 

This picture has been sent by Jose Antonio Adame Macarro from Seville, Spain.

 

These pictures have kindly been sent by Albert Bender from France.

 

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