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Air Force Symbol Shadowbox

Listing #2875   Listed on: 08/28/2010

Company Name: All American Woodworking

Contact Name:   Dave Straughen
This is an Air Force Symbol Shadow Box. This is a true piece of art as I use the art form known as Intarsia to hand build each display. From retiring Enlisted to retiring Generals, I've built these displays and shipped them all over the world. I've been building since 2005. In almost 10 years I've built 100's of displays like these and continue today. I may not hit every ETC but I do the best I can. I appreciate your interest in my work and your patience!

The boxes in the images here are an older design (a little taller) the new rough dimensions are 26"H x 25"W x 4-1/2"D...the inside working space is about 15"H x 23"W minus the space for the flag.


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Blue Air Force Symbol Shadow Box $400+S/H

 
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Walnut inlay AF SB $450+S/H

 
Viewer Comments:


Posted By: Matt Seiler     [08/29/2010]
That's outstanding. Great concept, great execution.


Posted By: jon wallace     [08/31/2010]
pretty neat.do you do any other branches of the armed forces?


Posted By: John Mitchell     [10/27/2010]
Wow! That is a GREAT design! How much would it cost to purchase one?


Posted By: John Mitchell     [10/28/2010]
Thanks for the speedy reply... I have more questions!!! I am Active Duty USAF overseas... Do you have an Email address I can contact you through?


Posted By: Jose Carrillo     [02/13/2011]
Question on your two Air Force symbol shadow boxes. How much do they cost to purchase. I am retiring soon and am interested. Thank you.


Posted By: Everett Johnson     [03/03/2011]
What would the cost and turnaround time be for this shadow box?


Posted By: Michael Martin     [08/17/2011]
Exactly what I'm looking for a fellow friend's upcoming retirement. Could you please send me prices and a timeframe? Thank you for any assistance.



Posted By: Edward Hill     [09/23/2011]
What is the price and how soon can I get this product?


Posted By: John     [10/17/2011]
Any chances you are selling the plans to this?


Posted By: Russell Wilson     [01/09/2012]
Looking for pricing and availabilty for the walnut version, walmounted.



Posted By: David C. Smith     [03/09/2012]
What is the costs for the AF Symbol w/blue inlay shadow box? What is the costs and turn time?


Posted By: Christy Stanley     [03/12/2012]
I'm asking the same question as David C. Smith.....What is the cost for the AF Symbol w/blue inlay shadow box? What is the turn time?


Posted By: Dave Straughen     [03/12/2012]
Hi all! I'm glad you've taken the time to check out my project! If your interested in ordering, please visit my website above and fill out the request form so I have your information and can respond to your questions. Thanks again!


Posted By: Brian Muller     [10/14/2012]
I am interested in buying one of your shadow boxes for my upcoming retirement. Would you be able to send me information and prices? Thanks.


Posted By: Robert McLean     [01/12/2013]
These are amazing cases. My retirement ceremony is set for 2 Jul 13. I would like to order one that could get here by by May 13 to allow sufficient time to add everything to the display.


Posted By: Tim     [04/14/2013]
Can you please send me the requested form. I'm having a problem with the website.


Posted By: Mike Baker     [07/08/2013]
Hi, do you still make the Air Force shadow box? How much are they and how long does it take to get one delivered?

Thanks


Posted By: John Holly     [07/26/2013]
Good morning Sir. I would like to purchase the Air Force Blue Oak Inlay with flag section as a stand for my spouse who is retiring at the end of August. Can you please let me know how I can go about submitting an order and how long does it take to make the shadow box and deliver it. Thank you.


Posted By: Heather Williams     [08/25/2013]
I would like price and availability on how quickly I could get one of your airforce blue inlay?


Posted By: Ed Keller     [10/01/2013]
Retireing after 29 years and would love to have this shadow box (in blue) Can I cost and time-frame. Ceremony is 22 Nov.


Posted By: billy     [10/16/2013]
cost and production time for the blue shawdow box..need 1 Dec


Posted By: Brent Warren     [11/03/2013]
I am very interested in the Air Force Blue inlay Air Force Symbol Shadow Box. How much and how long does it take?


Posted By: Ted     [01/07/2014]
How much is the wall-mounted mirror inlay item? And what is the turn around time?


Posted By: Demetrious     [01/21/2014]
Sir, very interested in your Air Force Blue inlay Air Force Symbol Shadow Box. Can you lett me know the cost and turnaround time for orders? Thank you.


Posted By: Chris     [02/08/2014]
I am very interested in the mirror inlay, blue if possibly, shadowbox. I have been trying to find someone to make one like this. I hope you will reply back with someone intact info so discuss this project. Thank you in advance.


Posted By: Gerald D. Daniels     [02/14/2014]
I am interested in the Air Force Blue inlay Air Force Symbol Shadow Box. How mch would one cost? Thanks for your awesome work!


Posted By: michelle evans     [03/31/2014]
My mom is retiring from the Air Force and I'd love to get her something like this. How much do you charge and how long does it take?


Posted By: Monica Geiser     [04/06/2014]
Hello, do you still make the shadow boxes and what is the time line if I wanted one by mid next month? Thank you.


Posted By: Skye ellenwood     [04/08/2014]
Not sure how still making shadow boxes and can say have made most of ETC. I ordered mine a month before my ceremony and have yet to received it. My ceremony was June 2013, when I attempted to request a refund I received no response except the website removed and no answer to emails.


Posted By: Akisha Williams     [04/17/2014]
Please contact me, I would like to order a shadow box for a June retirement ceremony. Thank you


Posted By: Alan Chang     [05/09/2014]
Hey Dave,

I am also interested in this shadow box. The airman will be retiring on June 12, 2014.


Posted By: Jeff     [05/16/2014]
Greetings, Are you still in the business of making these shadow boxes? If so, I would be interested in one. Thx


Posted By: R.E     [05/26/2014]
I also make shadow boxes for folks. Sorry to hear you are going through this Dave with the negative comments. Wood working is a skill few have and the critics could not even nail two 2x4s together. You work looks outstanding. Very few flaws from what I can see in the pictures. Do like I do with my orders...reserve the right to cancel when someone gets disrespectful. I don't care what rank you were/are in the military. Retirees don't put up with it. Most of my complaints came from people who decided TWO weeks before retirement they needed something. Do you best Dave and take care of the ones who truly appreciate it. The rest will fall into line. Happy woodworking my friend.


Posted By: Shannon     [10/23/2014]
Hello,
Are you taking orders for these shadowboxes? I would like to order one and need the turn-around time from when I -place the order to when it would be shipped. I have an APO address. Thanks for your help

~Shannon


Posted By: Robyn     [01/01/2015]
Happy New Year! Beautiful shadow box. What is its size? I see some just like yours for $300, so comparing. Thanks!


Posted By: Chrissy     [01/01/2015]
Hello, I too would like to know the dimensions for comparison. I've seen some similar but yours looks bigger. I really like the blue design, great craftsmanship!! Thanks for your help.


Posted By: Bobby T     [03/02/2015]
I would like the one with blue inlay. Take out the flag area of possible. Can I get it by April 2nd? Cost?


Posted By: Justin     [05/05/2015]
Do you have enough of that blue AF logo shadowbox in stock? If so, how soon can it be shipped? I have a last minute retirement ceremony for our flight chief next Thursday, 14 May and it's been difficult finding any shadow boxes at this point. Thanks!


Posted By: Joe Morris     [08/08/2016]
Awesome work! I'm interested in purchasing the bottom one (light tan, dark brown). Can you please tell me how long it takes to create?

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