Glass Jewelry Boxes(30 items)
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Purchased as a special gift for a dear friend who loves butterflies. It was a big hit of course! Thank you so much! This item is really beautiful and well made. It was also packaged up expertly and was very secure. Very much appreciated and I highly recommend this artist to all! May God bless you all :)
I love this box.
This item is so beautifully made. Only thing is its packed very tightly so the 1st one I got the glass cracked and spread when I took it out. They replaced it right away. I love it and use it for the jewelry that I make.
Felicita Espinoza Andean reverse-painted glass
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Popular Glass Jewelry Boxes
Peruvian Reverse-Painted Glass Jewelry Chest, "Spring Splendor"$84.95
Working in the time-honored art form of reverse-painted glass, Peru's Ortiz Family creates this small but beautiful jewelry chest. Featuring two drawers and an upper compartment with a mirror, the wooden chest is covered with glass panes that have been painted on their reverse sides with detailed motifs in subtle shades of parchment, celadon and pistachio. Gleaming gold paint is applied to the trim.
Peacock Theme Turquoise Embroidered Silk Jewelry Roll, "Royal Peacock"$23.99
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.
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.