Pagoda Box

from the WOOD Store

With a design rooted in Asian architectural style and form, Bellingham, Washington, woodworker David Selditz pays homage to beauty through simplicity. To make creating this curvaceous beauty even simpler, we've included jig plans for sanding the lid bottom and another one for bandsawing and spindle sanding the lid top. Overall dimensions 5-1/4" wide, 6-1/2" long, and 5-3/8" high.

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WOOD Issue 176, May 2007

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