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Large Jarrah Jewellery Box with Two Trays

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Jarrah Jewellery Box - Item # CB107

Status: Available - the box pictured here is the one you will receive.

This beautiful one-off box has a footprint measurement of 330 xx 205 mm and is 95 mm high.   Its internal measurements are 280 x 180 mm.

The corner posts are in curly Marri timber with the rest of the box being Jarrah. It features two removable trays, one divided into two sections and the other four.

The trays and lower base (divided into six sections) are lined with dark blue dressmakers velvet.

It also features genuine solid brass Brusso® stop butt hinges that only allow the lid to open just beyond 90 degrees.

A lovely design providing plenty of storage for all types of jewellery.

$525.00


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Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata)

Jarrah is found only on lateritic soils in south-west Western Australia, in the 650 to 1250 mm rainfall zone. Under optimum conditions it is a tall tree attaining 30 to 40 m in height with diameter at breast height up to 2 metres.

Heartwood of mature trees is dark-red, although regrowth is pinkish-red, while sapwood is pale yellow. The texture of the wood is relatively coarse but even, with the grain slightly interlocked and sometimes producing a fiddleback figure.

Jarrah is the major timber species in Western Australia, major uses for Jarrah are for joinery and furniture, panelling and flooring, although in the past the timber was used extensively for general construction, sleepers, poles and piles. In the 19th century it was widely used for cobbles.

Marri (Corymbia calophylla)

Marri is commonly referred to as 'red gum' in Western Australia. Marri is usually a medium sized to tall tree up to 40 m in height with flaky grey bark, widely distributed in the south-west of Western Australia in the Jarrah and karri forests.

It extends from north of Geraldton southwards to Cape Riche, and eastwards to beyond Narrogin in the Wheatbelt.

Heartwood is pale yellow to light brown to reddish brown, with sapwood bands up to 40 mm wide, usually sufficiently paler to be distinguishable from the heartwood. Marri frequently contains extensive gum vein, and when converted to lumber the gum dries black to provide lovely feature to this warm honey coloured timber.

Source: Forest Products Commission, Western Australia.

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