Walnut Jewellery Field with Hand Reduce Dovetails 💎 How To – Woodworking

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Crafted Workshop says:

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Deby Brooke says:

Daaang!! That was a true labor of love. The jewelry box is gorgeous and that Brusso hardware takes it to the next level. I am so impressed with your ever improving woodworking skills and so proud of you!! I know that Cynthia will treasure this special birthday gift. Let me know if you need any help shopping for a new piece of jewelry – I’m an expert at that😀

DaraJMakeup says:

great how to video! Gives me some creative ideas for videos for my channel! 🙂

Jordan Dillon says:

For me, I always buff shellac with steel wool and then hit it with paste wax and it looks great.

WhoaShop says:

Very very impressed dude. I really like that you include screw-ups and how you adjusted to them, its inspiring. This is definitely one of your best projects to date, imho. Have fun in Texas next week, I'm looking forward to seeing that build!

Joe Basement Woodworking & DIY says:

Jewelry boxes do get tricky. This one looks real Meticulous.too bad couldnt frame a piece of glass in that door.to show off the bling brings;) Nice work as always Johnny!💯

Steven Smith says:

Those zinser spray cans are horrible. Mix it yourself and spray with an hvlp. I restore high end antique furniture for a living and I've tried the cans only to sand the hell out of it or strip it off completely (early days). The thinner the coat the better the result.

Harrison Zucker says:

80th Comment!!!

tony kalioros says:

Very thick tails for the size of the project.especially for this kind of project!

Paco Martínez A. says:

hacerle en una escala más grande para un despacho quedaría genial. Buen trabajo.

Giando Loiudice says:

Very very nice project

Terence Charlesworth says:

Fantastic little video looks great fine sand between coats of shellac to around 400grit give plenty of drying time between coats then after final coat apply paste using 0000grade wirewool then buff to your preference with soft Cotten cloth

wudmyster says:

try to stay away from finishes in a spray can. yes they are convenient but more often than not they are thinned way to much to get better spraying coverage. best to stick to finishes in a can and brush or wipe. a little more work but def better results. I would not be too upset with that finish tho the project looks beautiful to me. good job just subbed to you channel. thanks

Ashley Walker says:

I don't usually comment on these videos but wow!

William Marshall says:

I love this project Johnny! I recently found your channel through Alex and Seth and you've got some top notch (no pun intended :p) content. I started binge watching your channel recently and I'm hooked. I also really like that you keep the sound of the wood interacting with the tools under your voice-over. Can't what to see what the rest of 2019 brings for you!

Сергей Светлов says:

Very nice and very cool!

Andre Chaosweapon says:

WHAT? no secret compartment? maybe next project? Nice job in this beautiful Jewelry Box

Franks DIY says:

Awesome they way it came together

Wood By Wright says:

Woot Woot. love the joinery. you really hit that out of the park man! so cool!

Adrian Orozco says:

Super nice. Crazy how much detail went into the smaller box. Whats the deal with that shirt?!? Keller Theory?

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