This unusual little wooden box is made of burr oak, with a cherry wood lid. It is approximately 6 cm square. The timber had a nicely weathered surface. I kept that on the top of the box, because its unpolished grey colour contrasts well with the brown polished burr oak and the brighter cherry. I turned the interior of the box and all surfaces of the lid. The lid is a loose fit, so you can easily remove and replace it. This box will hold any small treasured objects, such as rings or a necklace. Or you can use it for a more utilitarian purpose, such as to keeping paper clips tidy. I wrote about how I made these boxes in my woodturning blog.
The price is for one box.