Jewelry Boxes(372 items)
Jewelry boxes handmade by favorite artisans worldwide - lovely creations to hold your finest jewelry and keepsakes.
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Unique Andean Feline gourd
This was a birthday gift for a dear friend. She fell in love with this unique gourd as soon as she opened the box!
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
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Cedar and Leather Jewelry Box with Key from Peru, "Formidable Falcon"
Ornate designs of eagles surrounded by leaves grace the exterior of this striking jewelry box by artisan Kelvin Maguiña of Peru. Handcrafted out of cedar wood and leather, the box is lined with maroon velveteen and features seven removable drawers beneath the main compartment. The box locks with a key.
Peacock Theme Turquoise Embroidered Silk Jewelry Roll, "Royal Peacock"$22.99
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.
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.
Andean Artisan Crafted Dried Mate Gourd Cat Jewelry Box, "Andean Feline"$19.99
Peruvian craftsman Daniel Vargas is from Cochas Chico in the El Tambo district of Huancayo province and has been gaining mastery of the Huancayan art of engraving gourds since he was a teenager. Known as , the dried gourds are decorated using various engraving and burning techniques. Daniel's design, created by hand, transforms the dried mate gourd into a finely detailed full-figured cat. The top half of the gourd can be lifted up using a painted wooden knob so that small jewelry items, accessories, or trinkets can be stored inside.
Julio Eugenio Sanchez Bernuy clearly remembers the first time he saw a finished piece of art. At that moment... read more
Our mid-teen years are some of the most important and exciting of our lives. For girls, it's within these... read more
If you are anything like me, one thing you struggle with is finding ways to store and organize your jewelry... read more
When a jewelry boxis opened, what does it hold? Many women have a special piece of jewelry, memento or trinket... read more