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Sunday, 13 October 2013

Room Box No2.

Hi folks,  Well its been a busy past few weeks with real life issues but i've still managed to get a little time in on my second room box.
While planning this piece i wanted from the outset to create not just a unique miniature interior space but also make the roombox itself very decorative and pleasing to the eye, something you would place in a real life room and if you had visitors it would catch their attention.
Im still not giving too much away as the main box itself is still under construction but the top is nearing completion.

 
As you can see from the image above it is rather colourful and far from being your average roombox.
The Ormolu cherub is set in place on the top while the round inset cabochons of various semi precious minerals add a great sense of colour and mysticism, the centre cabochon is lapis lazuli and is inset into genuine tortoise shell. I intend to slightly age the whole thing so it also blends in with most of the contents of the box which i'm also looking forward to working on and adding the tiny details.
I will undoubtedly post more on this piece of work as it progresses.
Have a great week everyone.  Tony

12 comments:

  1. It is already beautiful. At least what I can see of it. :-)

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  2. You've really caught my attention, Tony...

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  3. That's a tantalising peek at what undoubtedly will be a box of real beauty!

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  4. j'ai comme l'impression que cela va être une petite merveille !

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  5. Sempre più prezioso il lavoro che stai realizzando.
    Un caro saluto, Manu

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  6. This is exciting Tony! I love it so far---

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  7. Wow, if that is just the top I can't wait to see the whole project and its contents. It promises to be fabulous. You have certainly caught my attention.

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  8. Ya solo lo que llevas realizado es una auténtica obra de arte. Eres magnífico. Un saludo

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  9. Now that is the teaser of the century! All your work is so beautiful and so incredibly detailed. Like everyone else I can hardly wait for the full reveal.

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  10. Stunning... and that is just the top of the room box! I can't wait...

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  11. I love the idea of miniature scenes being pieces of art that can be easily displayed in the rooms we use every day rather than having them tucked away in work rooms. Your pieces are treasures that should be enjoyed every day. Fabulous work.

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