This Cherry 5×9 Dog House style flag box was made for a dedication
ceremony at Hahnemann Hospital in PA. Contractors built a shelf to
hold this quite large box. It included glass etching as well as
laser engraving of the wood. This is the way cherry wood looks with a natural clear lacquer finish. The wood will over time develop a “patina” that gives cherry wood a rich reddish brown color. This patina will occur naturally with the freshly milled and finished wood’s exposure to UV Light and oxygen. The light color seen here will be noticeably darker after just 30 days.
Thanks to Will Stansfield at www.laserwolfengraving.com
for his assistance with the laser work.