Wooden chest question WAS Re: OT Re: [MedievalSawdust] Updated information re Gleann Abhann corronation and needs
- as to hiding a lock on a chest ,how about a button release attached
by a rod to a spring loaded lock ,the botton can be hidden by
decorative carving or brass ornamentation . hope this helps
--- In email@example.com, "Sharon Gordon"
> >Anybody up for coordinating a toybox to relieve her mind? I'll
> the box if you guys will fill it. Harry will be between 1 and 2years
> old when Christmas rolls around, so it needn't by anythingcomplicated.
> She's an apprentice, so I'm sure she'll appreciate period toys, butthey
> don't have to be.thinking
> ***Cool idea! Maybe somebody could check her son's age, but I was
> he is now two months old. But it seems to me that toys could befor several
> ages so they could be things he could enjoy for a longer time.features
> ***I've been wanting to ask a question about hiding modern safety
> and locks in chests. Two of the modern safety features for chestsare
> hinges that prevent the lid from falling shut and airholes that keepwooden chest
> children from dieing of lack of air if they decide to hide in a
> or someone shoves them in one and shuts the lid. Has anyone comeup with a
> good way to disguise these features so the chest still looksperiod? And
> does anyone have a suggestion for hiding good quality modern lockson an
> otherwise period camping chest?