Black Jewelry Boxes(23 items)
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Featured Reviews on Black Jewelry Boxes
The diamond Jewelry box is absolutely exquisite. The inlay of the eggshell is perfection. Truly a work of art!! Beautifully packaged as well. I plan on giving this as a gift and saved the beautiful paper it was wrapped in.
This was a gift for my daughter and she is so pleased with it. She says it is beautiful and the wrapping was lovely. I was very pleused with the shipping time. Thank you.
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Popular Black Jewelry Boxes
Two Thai Cotton and Silk Heart Shaped Jewelry Boxes, "Heart of Thailand"$25.99
Maroon silk surrounds the base of each of these petite heart-shaped jewelry boxes. The lids are covered in black cotton with cross stitch hand embroidery. Lined in black velvet, the pair is crafted by artisans at Thai Tribal Crafts.
Handcrafted Red-Blue Floral Thai Lacquered Wood Jewelry Box, "Red Poppies"$79.99
Crimson poppies with verdant foliage bloom exuberantly on a blue and black jewelry box. Prathin creates an colorful box for jewelry or keepsakes. Using traditional techniques on mango wood, she creates a superb example of Thai lacquer work. It is lined in red velvet.
Black Jempinis Wood Leaf-Themed Jewelry Holder (21 Inch), "Daun Salam in Black"$39.99
Organize your life with this lovely earring holder in the shape of a graceful branch in deep black. Hand crafted from jempinis wood, this tall jewelry stand is perfect for a large collection of earrings; it boasts seven waving leaves that hold four pairs of earrings each. Artisan Yudi Suardi calls this piece , an Indonesian phrase that means "bay leaf." Please note the leaves and base are packaged separately for safe shipping.
Kawung Motif Handcrafted Wood Batik Jewelry Box, "Kawung Secrets"$77.99
By Gunadi, this beautiful wood batik jewelry box is crafted by hand in black, and red with cool green leaves. The front, top and sides feature the motif, one of Java's oldest batik designs once reserved for the royal family. Kawung depicts a cross-section of the aren palm fruit as four pointed ovals connected at the center. The cross it forms is believed by some to refer to the universal energy source. Three convenient drawers keep things organized.