ATTENTION - We will be closed Friday 30 September for the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. Mercury Shop and C&E Museum hours are 1000 to 1530 Monday to Friday. All visitors to the Mercury Shop and the Museum are encouraged to wear a mask.
ATTENTION - We will be closed Friday 30 September for the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. Mercury Shop and C&E Museum hours are 1000 to 1530 Monday to Friday. All visitors to the Mercury Shop and the Museum are encouraged to wear a mask.
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Wood keepsake box; quilted maple.
Wood Keepsake Box; charred poplar
Large Wood Keepsake box.
Inside of large woo keepsake box
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Wood Keepsake Boxes - Crafted by Mark Brown, My Heart's in Wood

Regular price $150.00 $0.00 Unit price per

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Each box is crafted separate from the next which guarantees the custom nature of this product. No box is identical to another!

These are able to be engraved for a fee of $15 plus tax per location of each engraving.

The Wood Keepsake Boxes we currently have in stock are as follows:

Quilted Maple Box - Can be engraved.

12” L x 6”W x 6”H

This unique piece is made with Quilted Maple, Padauk (Red Wood) and Wenge (Black Wood). The lid is attached to the body with brass hinges and the box is finished with a high gloss clear polyurethane. Overall, it took about 10 hours of shop time to build this piece.

Diamond Design Box - Can be engraved.

12"L x 6"W x 6"H

This unique piece is made with Charred Poplar, Bloodwood (Satine) and Birch.  The body is made with ⅞” Charred Poplar using box joinery and rounded out front corners. The lid is attached to the body with brass hinges and finished with a semi clear gloss polyurethane. Overall, it took about 10 hours of shop time to build this piece.

Large Keepsake or Bread Box - Only the sides can be engraved, the lid cannot.

18"L x 9"W x 10"H

This unique box has a body of Charred Poplar with well fitted box joinery.  The curved lid has a frame made of Charred Poplar covered with ¾” x ¼” laminated strips of Bloodwood (Satine), Charred Poplar and Birch.  The lid is attached to the body with brass hinges and finished with a semi gloss waterborne sealant. Overall, it took about 30 hours of shop time to build this piece.