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  • Douglas W. Jones and Kim Kulow-Jones Wasabi Ring Box Jewelry Box
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    Douglas W. Jones and Kim Kulow-Jones Wasabi Ring Box Jewelry Box
    Sculptural jewelry box made from three Wasabi cans, fiber tassels and turned and painted wood legs and tops. Felt cushioned interiors. Signed on bottom.
  • Jenna Goldberg Little Red Jewelry Box
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    Jenna Goldberg Little Red Jewelry Box
    Jewelry box made of carved and painted basswood. Inside are two compartments and reproductions of vintage Indian matchbox labels.
  • Douglas W. Jones and Kim Kulow-Jones Camber Jewelry Box 2 Wood Jewelry Box
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    Douglas W. Jones and Kim Kulow-Jones Camber Jewelry Box 2 Wood Jewelry Box
    This jewelry box features figured birch veneer, an arched lid, and black accents. Interior and sliding tray lined with supple black leather. Pinned lid stops automatically just past 90 degrees.
  • Jenna Goldberg Green Rose Jewelry Box Wood Jewelry Box
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    Jenna Goldberg Green Rose Jewelry Box Wood Jewelry Box
    This painted and carved basswood jewelry box features a silk-screened interior.
  • Jenna Goldberg Blue Dot Jewelry Box Wood Jewelry Box
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    Jenna Goldberg Blue Dot Jewelry Box Wood Jewelry Box
    This painted and carved basswood jewelry box features a silk-screened interior.
  • Andrew Pitts Cherry Jewel Chest Wood Jewelry Chest
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    Andrew Pitts Cherry Jewel Chest Wood Jewelry Chest
    This is a lovely jewelry chest! Made from local Chesapeake Bay trees that had fallen in storms or were dying and given new life, it is practical as well as beautiful. Formed with a curved, bent laminated cherry front and back, it has sufficient height so necklaces may be hung from brass pegs inside the solid-brass hinged door, and the amply sized drawers of cherry fronts with curved holly sides and velvet lined red cedar bottoms pivot on a steel rod so they will not fall out while selecting fine jewelry. The lid flips up to provide easy access to the necklaces and the top compartment. The fine solid brass drawer and door pulls provide a firm but delicate feel. Every part of this chest exudes the highest level of craftsmanship and quality. Even the drawers have been skillfully hand dovetailed on the curved side pieces, a rare and difficult process. The fine shellac polish finish is a joy to touch. On the bottom, it carries the burned in stamp of the maker, plus the sequential number of the piece and the year it was made. This piece should need only dusting and an occasional coat of wax on the shellaced surfaces. Sunlight will gently darken the cherry to a golden brown. As with any fine furniture piece, avoid contact with liquids.
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