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    Show me your watch display boxes

    Or whatever method you use to store you watches. I'm looking into a wooden display box.
    If you can, include a link or site where you found your box.

    Thanks all!
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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    No boxes, but this one



    Pic was taken some years ago so the collection changed but it´s still the same glass cabinet.
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    bought it at the bay from a watchmaker.
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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    Mr. Blue here on Watchuseek makes incredible watch boxes. If you're looking for wood you will not find any finer. I have a cocobolo box from him and it is wonderful:





    His website is at http://2darkwood.com/2DARK%20WOOD%20CREATIONS/index.htm
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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Atwood View Post
    Mr. Blue here on Watchuseek makes incredible watch boxes. If you're looking for wood you will not find any finer. I have a cocobolo box from him and it is wonderful:





    His website is at http://2darkwood.com/2DARK%20WOOD%20CREATIONS/index.htm
    I simply cannot find a price anywhere on his site. Help?
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    I bought a 12 watch box from Mark Pashia (mr2blue here on WUS). The workmanship, attention to detail and pure art of the piece is amazing.

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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    Since my collection is so small, I store it on my wrist .
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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    What I'd like to find is a way to not necessarily DISPLAY the watches, although that's an okay secondary effect. I want to have a way to easily get to them to wind them everyday. I'm one of those "hand wound only" types and I hate to reset dates. I also like winding watches. However I hate having to get them out and back into their gift boxes.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

    Mike

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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    Turtlecreation has alot on ebay. I don't know about quality, but he has quite a selection at a decent price.

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    Re: Show me your watch display boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Atwood View Post
    Mr. Blue here on Watchuseek makes incredible watch boxes. If you're looking for wood you will not find any finer. I have a cocobolo box from him and it is wonderful:





    His website is at http://2darkwood.com/2DARK%20WOOD%20CREATIONS/index.htm

    Beautiful box - love the graining!

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