Some examples of boxes we've done in the past.

If you don't see what you had in mind here, contact us and we'll work with you to create a design that meets your needs.

Many of these boxes are shown unfinished as they were shipped unfinished along with instructions for the buyer. This helps keep the boxes more economical, but doesn't make for great pictures.

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A walnut box with the kanji for the 5 elemental rings inlaid into the sides. Shown unfinished.

A lacewood box with a sliding honor counter top and the recipient's name inlaid into the side with crushed turquoise. Shown unfinished. Presented at the 2006 Chicago Kotei.

This box was done in Wenge and had a sliding honor counter lid. Presented at the 2006 Chicago Kotei. Shown unfinished.

A box done in purpleheart and avoidre with a standard lid. Shown unfinished. This same box was later finished with wax and branded with a unicorn mon on the lid, and can be seen in the right colum.

Go the DC Kotei and compete for this box.This sliding honor counter box was the prize for the 2008 Washington DC Kotei. Done in Maple and Bloodwood with a pyrite inlay on the side and finished with oil.

Elegant crane box.  Maple branded with a crane.  Turquiose inlay in the crane eye.This box was a custom order. A real nice,clean look in curly maple. The finish was chosen to preserve the whiteness of the maple. The crane eye was inlaid with turquoise to provide a touch of blue. The picture doesn't really catch the gloss of the finish.

A shadowlands box done in zebrawood. Very nice effect with the mon blending into the pattern of the wood. Oil finish with a shellac topcoat.

Dragonskin box with osage orange lid. A "dragonskin" box with an osage orange lid. The wood is dyed green, but naturally has the shimmer and texture like scales. The osage orange will turn a golden brown over time. Oil finish with shellac topcoat.

A lion box in yellowheart. A yellowheart box with a lion clan mon on the lid. Box joints on the corners. The oil finish with a laquer topcoat gives makes this box shine.

phoenix box in padauk and osage  orange A phoenix box done in padauk with a strip of osage orange inlaid down the side. Oil finish with a shellac topcoat.

Ratling box in shedua with padauk lid and inlay. Another example of the inlaid strip, this one in a ratling box done in shedua with a padauk lid and inlay. The eye of the rat shows the red of the padauk giving it a sinister look. Oil finish with a shellac topcoat.

A crab clan box with a dyed maple base and a redheart lid. The lid was finished with oil and a lacquer top coat, the base was sealed then a lacquer topcoat was added.

A soft maple box that has been dyed in Dragon Clan colors for the 2006 DieCon tourney. Sliding honor counter lid. Shown unfinished.

Another soft maple box built for the 2006 DieCon. This one has been dyed in crab clan colors and also has a sliding honor counter lid. Shown unfinished.

spider's weber box front spider's weber box back Presented at 2008 GenCon dinner. Done in padauk with an oil finish with a shellac topcoat. The front has the event title, the back has a woodburned "Dawn of the Spider" image.

Laser engraved bloodwood box A custom box done for a Magic player.

yoritomo alliance box with pegs yoritomo alliance box A custom order done for a Christmas present. The receipient wanted a box that invoked the old Yoritomo's alliance and the later Fox clan addition. The color was matched to the background of the old cards and Yoritomo's Kama were woodburned on the lid.

A custom box done for the 2006 Chicago Kotei
A box branded with the Ratling mon and with an honor counter lid
A box made of purpleheart and avoidre, branded with the Unicorn Mon on the lid.
A box done in crab clan colors with a mon counter lid.
A box done in dragon clan colors with a mon counter lid.