This Multipurpose wooden jewelry or trinket box is made of solid walnut wood, inlaid with many different kinds of fruit woods, and mother of pearl. Every color you see is a separated piece of wood. The box is padded with red-colored velvet.
The box has a stylish exterior and red velvet interior; it’s perfect to use as a luxury decor piece in your home or office. You can use it as a jewelry box, or as a trinket box or decoration. This beautiful jewelry box will be a focal point in any room you put it in.
All our products are handmade following Syrian traditions. Each item is an individual piece of art, designed to be stylish and modern while infused with the historical grace of Middle East craftsmanship.
As of any truly handmade product, there are few flaws and imperfections, and your custom jewelry box may vary slightly from the pictures shown here.
Oak, walnut, olive, lemon, beech, and pine wood, and mother of pearl.
Weight: 1195 gram (2.64 lb)
Dimensions: 31 x 22.9 x 8 (cm) / 12.25 x 9 x 3.25 (in)
Use dry clean only.
These works of art are of the highest quality with each color representing a different kind of wood. Beautifully grained walnut wood is traditionally the base material for this item and is offset by other woods including peach wood, apricot wood, rose wood, lemon wood, and olive wood each with subtly contrasting colors and grains. The highlight of this and many items is genuine mother of pearl that dazzles and changes color in the light.
Syrian Mosaic Industry and Art
Mosaic is an ancient Syrian art that is more than 300 years deep in Damascus’ history; it is the art of grafting wood with shells, silver or ivory. Early in the 19th century, mosaic existed in the houses of almost all well-established Syrian families, after which it became a familiar décor in presidential palaces around the world.
The craft utilizes different types of wood including walnut, beech and other types, but the delicacy of it lies in the maker’s imagination, who innovatively manipulate geometrical shapes, octagons, squares, hexagons and triangles, to come up with unique pieces.