Kolohala Container

Small lift-top box made from two Hawaiian woods, kolohala, aka pheasantwood (Cassia siamea) and trimmed with milo (thespesia populnea). Kolohala was brought to the Islands from Asia in the 1800s. This material is not easy to find and is noteworthy for its unusual grain. Box is lined with camphor and finished with Ultrasuede.

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