Wooden Boxes by Frank Duyker

A collection of one-off experimental wooden boxes made by Frank Duyker from mostly reclaimed wood and found objects.
A batch of open topped boxes made by Frank Duyker from scrapes of reclaimed Victorian Ash and Wenge.

A batch of open topped boxes made by Frank Duyker from scrapes of reclaimed Victorian Ash and Wenge.

Curved Box No.2 by Frank Duyker was made from old pieces of Victorian Ash from a discarded circular dining table. The handle is topped with a thin piece of wood, probably "wenge".

Curved Box No.2 by Frank Duyker was made from old pieces of Victorian Ash from a discarded circular dining table. The handle is topped with a thin piece of wood, probably "wenge".

Curved Box No.1 by Frank Duyker was made from old pieces of Victorian Ash from a discarded circular dining table. The ends and handles are from a salvaged wood, probably "wenge".

Curved Box No.1 by Frank Duyker was made from old pieces of Victorian Ash from a discarded circular dining table. The ends and handles are from a salvaged wood, probably "wenge".

Turned Pear Box by Frank Duyker. This is a fairly conventional turned box made from some reclaimed pear wood.

Turned Pear Box by Frank Duyker. This is a fairly conventional turned box made from some reclaimed pear wood.

Linen Fold Box by Frank Duyker. The lid is carved teak while the box body is Victorian Ash.

Linen Fold Box by Frank Duyker. The lid is carved teak while the box body is Victorian Ash.

Teak End-grain Box by Frank Duyker. This box is made of reclaimed teak flooring. The lid features a panel made of end-grain squares while the brass pins originate from an 1895 organ keyboard.

Teak End-grain Box by Frank Duyker. This box is made of reclaimed teak flooring. The lid features a panel made of end-grain squares while the brass pins originate from an 1895 organ keyboard.

Ball and Claw Box by Frank Duyker. This box uses the curved shape of a chair leg (carved as an exercise by Frank) to achieve an interesting handle. The lid is blackwood and the body of the box is Victorian Ash.

Ball and Claw Box by Frank Duyker. This box uses the curved shape of a chair leg (carved as an exercise by Frank) to achieve an interesting handle. The lid is blackwood and the body of the box is Victorian Ash.

Arcanthus Leaf Box by Frank Duyker. The leaf, carved in huon pine is attached to a Spotted Gum (corymbia maculata) lid. The oval body of the box is made from Douglas Fir.

Arcanthus Leaf Box by Frank Duyker. The leaf, carved in huon pine is attached to a Spotted Gum (corymbia maculata) lid. The oval body of the box is made from Douglas Fir.

"Circuit Board Box" by Frank Duyker is made entirely of reclaimed materials. The box is Victorian Ash (Eucalyptus regnans or delegatensis) with an old unused MODEM circuit board used for the lid.

"Circuit Board Box" by Frank Duyker is made entirely of reclaimed materials. The box is Victorian Ash (Eucalyptus regnans or delegatensis) with an old unused MODEM circuit board used for the lid.

"Driver Box" by Frank Duyker is made entirely of reclaimed materials. This heavy box is made from painted Meranti and then studded with a variety of computer disk drive motors. The handle is stainless steel from Ikea.

"Driver Box" by Frank Duyker is made entirely of reclaimed materials. This heavy box is made from painted Meranti and then studded with a variety of computer disk drive motors. The handle is stainless steel from Ikea.

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