Jewelry Boxes(280 items)
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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!
This box is everything you see in the picture. Its well made with quality materials. I lovely addition to my home.
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 Jewelry Boxes
Unique Wood Jewelry Box, "Birds in Spring"$229.99
M. Ayub proudly presents this elegant jewelry box, carved by hand of walnut wood. Lined with velvet, the box features a divided removable tray. The exterior is adorned with a high relief masterpiece featuring chirping birds on a beautiful spring morn. The box features a magic lock and can be opened by sliding the lower front panel of the box to the right side.
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.
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.
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.