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The following photo set features our CB-407B butt hinge on a beautiful wall mounted storage cabinet by our customer Thomas. The shelves were constructed to store router bits, while the drawer underneath can store parts, guide bushings, etc. The cabinet itself is made of African mahogany with ebony accents and dyed with a lacquer finish.If you have a photo you'd like to share feel free to submit your completed project to us on our submission page.

Customer Submitted Cabinet from Thomas Skinner

The following photo set features our CB-407B butt hinge on a beautiful wall mounted storage cabinet by our customer Thomas. The shelves were constructed to store router bits, while the drawer underneath can store parts, guide bushings, etc. The cabinet itself is made of African mahogany with ebony accents and dyed with a lacquer finish.If you have a photo you'd like to share feel free to submit your completed project to us on our submission page.

This is another box from customer John Sincerbeaux, and features our CB-303 butt hinges and JB-250 lid stay. Using walnut, tulipwood, and birdseye maple, as well as the lid design with the silhouetted horses and landscape, really make this project stand out!

Commissioned Box from John S.

This is another box from customer John Sincerbeaux, and features our CB-303 butt hinges and JB-250 lid stay. Using walnut, tulipwood, and birdseye maple, as well as the lid design with the silhouetted horses and landscape, really make this project stand out!

Below is a photo of a tournament size backgammon board Eric McRory made using Brusso's CB-407 butt hinges. It is one of his most elaborate inlay projects, using western maple veneer, zebra wood, ebony, eastern maple, and bloodwood. Eric has been woodworking as a hobby since age 10, and has his board featured in The Readers Gallery of Fine Woodworking issue # 220.

Customer Submitted Photo from Eric McRory

Below is a photo of a tournament size backgammon board Eric McRory made using Brusso's CB-407 butt hinges. It is one of his most elaborate inlay projects, using western maple veneer, zebra wood, ebony, eastern maple, and bloodwood. Eric has been woodworking as a hobby since age 10, and has his board featured in The Readers Gallery of Fine Woodworking issue # 220.