Nesting Artifact Box by BILT and Richard Fishman

Nesting Artifact Box by BILT and Richard Fishman

Sarah Rainwater
May 28, 2010

Nesting boxes have an appeal that goes back to childhood, and this beautiful and architectural set — a collaboration between BILT Furniture and sculptor Richard Fishman, originally as a gift for an archaeologist — taps in to that early love of collecting, cataloging, and piecing together objects.

Crafted from reclaimed pine, the twelve small boxes call to our own inner archaeologist — after all, who didn't imagine themselves searching for ancient treasures at one point or another in our youth (and perhaps beyond)? We'd love to fill it with jewelry or other small precious objects.

For more information on BILT Furniture and their designs visit their website and blog, or see their work at the Providence Art Festival on June 12 where they will be selling their simpler 12-compartment box (shown above).

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