Peruvian Floral Jewelry Boxes(27 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Floral Jewelry Box Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Floral Jewelry Boxes
Gorgeous Jewelry Box
I was very tempted to keep the box for myself after learning that the lady i had purchased it for had already been gifted a similar box.
This beautiful box is the perfect size for my jewelry that I wear frequently. The design on the box is beautifully carved. The whole piece is beautiful.
Gorgeous unique gift
This is a beautiful work of art! I bought it to give as a gift and I am very happy with my purchase! Great quality, gorgeous art and very unique! Love it!
Kelvin Maguina Wood and leather boxes and organizers
"I enjoy developing new designs. Each one reflects my effort and dedication."
Popular Peruvian Floral Jewelry Boxes
Andean Hand Tooled Leather and Wood Jewelry Box with Flowers, "Garden Memories"$129.99
Flowers bloom in regal splendor in a lovely garden where birds sing. The beautiful motifs are embossed by hand on leather and applied to a wooden jewelry box by Kelvin Maguiña. Three drawers keep things organized, and a mirror is conveniently situated inside the lid.
Unique Leather and Wood Bird Jewelry Box, "Bright Hummingbird"$144.99
A hummingbird hovers amid flowers to feast on their sweet nectar. Portrayed in burnished tooled leather, the graceful images adorn a diminutive chest of drawers for keepsakes and treasures. Oscar Pastor crafts the jewelry box from wood and covers it in polychrome leather with an antique finish. The drawers open with wrought iron pulls.
Nature-Inspired Leather and Cedar Wood Jewelry Chest, "Intricate Nature"
Crafted from cedar wood, this regal jewelry chest is created by Peruvian artisan Kelvin Maguina. Working in the colonial style, he decorates the chest with leather that reveals intricate hand-tooled patterns that are inspired by nature. Three pullout drawers offer space for storing your belongings, while the hinged lid opens with a clasp, revealing a compartment and a mirror inside.
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.