Jewelry Boxes(342 items)
Jewelry boxes handmade by favorite artisans worldwide - lovely creations to hold your finest jewelry and keepsakes.
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So Happy that I purchased this jewelry holder. It is very well made and the design and fabric is really lovely. It was a gift and she loved it as well.
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Bayleaf Earring Stand Sculpture Hand-carved Wood, "Daun Salam"$19.99
Watan Weta combines aesthetics and functionality in the design of this earring display stand. Carved by hand of jempinis wood, the sinewy branch features three lush leaves with discreet perforations for the earrings. The tree holds nine pairs of earrings.
Wooden Turtle Jewelry Box with Hand-Painted Dragon Design, "Dragon-Hearted Turtle"$54.99
The flaming coils of a golden dragon spread out over the sky-colored shell and flippers of a humble turtle in this unique jewelry box. Made from crocodile wood, the turtle peers upwards from under Gusti Ngurah Semarajaya's hand-painted dragon. Removing the top of the shell reveals a space lined in black polyester velvet for storing small valuables or jewelry.
Peacock Theme Turquoise Embroidered Silk Jewelry Roll, "Royal Peacock"$24.95
Flaunting exquisite plumage, an abstract peacock adorns this beautiful jewelry roll from Asha Prabha. Beadwork embellishes the machine embroidery on a background of turquoise silk. Inside the bag, three zipper pockets organize jewelry while a separate padded strip of fabric holds rings. The travel bag closes with a tie.
Reverse Painted Glass on Wood Jewelry Box with Butterflies, "Butterfly Court"$69.99
The art of reverse painting on glass was brought to Peru by the Spaniards who settled there in the 15th century. Local artisans emulated the style and in time, the technique became recognized as a Peruvian craft tradition. Here, Peruvian artisan Gelacio Giron paints ethereal butterflies on the hinged lid of a handcrafted wooden jewelry box. The blue, black, and pink winged creatures flit amidst delicate blooms on a background of ochre and gold. The box has a single compartment.
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