Kamm Century Series Box – Serotta – butternut, bubinga pommele
A beautiful jewelry or keep-sake box by woodworker Chris Kamm of western North Carolina.
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Chris Kamm lives and creates in western North Carolina. An avid cyclist and wordsmith, Chris is also a fine woodworker. He began his education in wood by working with inlay and marquetry techniques on small-scale objects. After that he moved on to small furniture, larger furniture, and eventually wound his way back to his roots of small-scale design work with beautiful inlaid wood. He has been happily making a living at box-making for nearly 20 years, and has been a member of our Guild since 2001.
This hinged box is from his Century Series of hinged boxes–so named for 4 individuals he has known who reached the 100 year mark: Cordier, Mackenzie, Serotta, and Campbell. This box is a Serotta, and is made from butternut with a bubinga pommele inlay on top. The box has a black liner and 2 curved, removable wooden dividers.
8 x 5 x 3 inches, this would make a nice jewelry or keep-sake box.
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