Wood Jewelry Boxes(142 items)
Welcome to the Wood Jewelry Box Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Wood Jewelry Boxes
Even Nicer Than I Expected
This box is absolutely beautiful. The finish is like satin and the artistry is exquisite. Definitely a family heirloom for generations to come.
This will be handed down to my grandaughter
The workmanship is exquisite and the finish is lovely! The box is unlined so you are free to line it yourself in velvet, satin or cotton, I am so happy with it!
Its very beautiful!
This is a beautiful addition to my room. The colors are vibrant, its well made, and its functional as well. I really love it!
Ana Maria Gonzalez Decoupage home decor
"My designs reveal a tiny bit of Mexico that I carry in my heart."
My husband Ariel and I have worked with you since 2004. We began right after moving from Matamoros. We discovered you at a craft fair where we were exhibiting our work. At first, we experimented with several different crafting techniques such as stoneware ceramics.... read more
Popular Wood Jewelry Boxes
Huichol Theme Decoupage Jewelry Box with Mirror, "Huichol Fiesta"
The magical mysticism of Huichol art inspires the design of this jewelry box. Deer, hummingbirds, Huichol shamans and sacred peyote flowers appear in a psychedellic feast of color. Ana Maria González masters decoupage techniques on a pinewood box with a mirror inside.
Wooden Turtle Jewelry Box with Hand-Painted Dragon Design, "Dragon-Hearted Turtle"$57.99
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.
Mexican Bingo Decoupage on Wood Jewelry Box, "Mexican Loteria"
Ana Maria Gonzalez finds inspiration in Mexico's (bingo) for the design of this jewelry box. Featuring two drawers and a compartment under the lid, the box is adorned with decoupage. The traditional lotería includes 54 different images and numbers, and it is believed to have been brought to Mexico in 1769, when it was reserved for the upper classes. Eventually it became widely played by everyone, and is now a trademark at traditional fairs as well as in homes and schools.