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DISCONTINUED - REDUCED PRICE Wooden Box, 1-7/8"L x 2"W x 1", - Design "Scowl"by David Irvine The Gnarled Branch, Paul Szewc, Masterpiece
The image on the front was laser engraved and will never wear off. This image was from an original piece of artwork by David Irvine of Brampton, Ontario. David says Scowl's face is like this because he is the last hot dog on the cooker at a concession stand that no one wants to eat, so he's mad!
No stains have been used, these are made from solid hardwoods such as maple and cherry. Your coloring may not be exactly as show because the grains in each piece of wood varies.
The top of the box slides on the bottom and is held in place by a rare earth magnet. Your items will stay securely in the box.
Each box is laser engraved with Paul Szewc's signature and David Irvine's signature.
Each box is solid and no glue is used, meaning there is nothing to break. The box will last a lifetime.
All boxes are made with new wood. Reclaimed/recycled woods can be toxic and should never be used in food products such as cutting boards, utensils or boxes where food can be stored.
Outside dimension - Approximate size 1-7/8"L x 2"W x 1"D
Inside dimensions - approximate size 1-3/8" L ( with a corner bopped off) x 1-1/4"W x 1" D
This box is great for storing:
- a ring—engagement (If you are brave enough)
- small earrings
- guitar pick
- small necklace
- teeth (tooth fairy)
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IF YOU ARE LOCAL YOU MAY PICK UP YOUR ITEM AT OUR GALLERY AT 7100 FIFE ROAD, GUELPH, ONT. CANADA - www.masterpiece.on.ca M-F 11-5pm. You may also visit us at the St. Jacob's Market all year long on Thursdays and Saturdays from 7am - 3:30 pm in the New Market Building second floor.