Chipper Chirper Hand Painted Shaker Style Wood Box
This shaker style oval box is 9 inches long by 6-1/2 wide and 2-1/4 high--a perfect size for storing gloves, handkerchiefs, keys, sun glasses, and other small items on an entrance table; or use it elsewhere as an accent piece. Handcrafted by Snaggy Hollow Craftsmen in Saluda, NC from Blue Ridge Mountain grown poplar trees, this box is light weight yet sturdy. Made without the finger overlaps or brass brads, this simpler box perfectly compliments the strong clean lines of this design. The interior has a medium dark brown stain finish.
First Item: $15.50
Additional Items: $8.50
When discussing custom work, I prefer to collaborate with my customers by phone, and then confirm the details through an email before proceeding. You'll have the opportunity to approve the design before I start and I'll post pictures of the finished piece before you purchase. I don't normally require a deposit for small projects that have a universal appeal. However depending on the size, level of personalization, and intricacy of a piece, I may ask for a deposit.
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If you include a short message to the recipient, in the comment section when you place your order, I will attach it before shipping.
I request that any returns be made within 14 days of delivery. Refunds will be issued through PayPal only after I receive the returned item in its original condition and suitable for resale. As the buyer, you would be responsible for all return shipping costs.
BROWSING SOLD ITEMS
When shopping, you might want to check out my gallery which includes items that were custom orders and items that previously sold. If you see something in my gallery that you'd like, chances are I can make another one for you or even customize a similar item by changing the colors, etc.
Thank you for your interest in buying handmade items. It would be an honor to have you as a patron of my artwork.