I invite you to step back in time. Step back to the 17th century, please, and admire the carving in this little box by Peter Follansbee; the attention to detail in the delicately scalloped edges of the lid; and the joinery, enhanced by the beautiful nails used to assemble the box.
Thanks for sharing your work with, us, Peter. I look forward to learning so much from you!
And for my readers: This is intended strictly to whet your appetite. I have video of Peter’s sessions at the conference, both his formal presentation, and the hands-on-session. I think you will like those two!
Update: My thanks to Bob Easton for suggesting in the Comments section that I start including something in the photos, to give an idea of size of an object. Bob, I will find something, I promise! In the meantime, I called Peter and got the (approximate) dimensions for the box shown above: it is 5-1/2 inches high; 12-1/2 inches wide; and 7-1/2 inches deep. He gave these from memory, as he had already made a second one, and he remembered these dimensions as being quite close.
—— Al Navas