Wooden Jewelry Boxes by Mediterranean Interiors
A box (plural: boxes) is a container with rigid sides used for the storage or transportation of its contents. Most boxes have flat, parallel, rectangular sides (typically rectangular prisms). Boxes can be very small (like a matchbox) or very large (like a shipping box for furniture) and can be used for a variety of purposes, from functional to decorative.
Boxes may be made of a variety of materials, both durable (such as wood and metal) and non-durable (such as corrugated fiberboard and paperboard). Corrugated metal boxes are commonly used as shipping containers.
Boxes may be closed and shut with flaps, doors, or a separate lid. They can be secured shut with adhesives, tapes, or more decorative or elaborately functional mechanisms, such as catches, clasps or locks.
Article Title : Box
Article Snippet :A box (plural: boxes) is a container with rigid sides used for the storage or transportation of its contents. Most boxes have flat, parallel, rectangular
Article Title : Casket (decorative box)
Article Snippet :decorative box or container that is usually smaller than a chest and is typically decorated. In recent centuries they are often used as boxes for jewelry, but
Article Title : James Avery Artisan Jewelry
Article Snippet :locations. James Avery officially started his business by selling jewelry from a wooden box at local summer camps in 1954. He became known as the “Jeweler
Article Title : Decorative box
Article Snippet :called boxes. Traditionally gift boxes used for promotional and seasonal gifts are made from sturdy paperboard or corrugated fiberboard. These boxes normally
Article Title : Coffin
Article Snippet :American English. Any box in which the dead are buried is a coffin, and while a casket was originally regarded as a box for jewelry, use of the word "casket"
Article Title : Pallet
Article Snippet :older forms of crating like the wooden box and the wooden barrel, as it works well with modern packaging like corrugated boxes and intermodal containers commonly
Article Title : Zaks
Article Snippet :play with it." Ziegler had the idea for Zaks in 1982, while making a wooden jewelry box for his wife. He came up with 85% of the invention over two weeks
Article Title : Quilling
Article Snippet :to decorate other objects, such as greetings cards, pictures, boxes, or to make jewelry. Quilling - also known as paper-rolling, or paper scrolling -
Article Title : Tole painting
Article Snippet :include tables, chairs, and chests, including hope chests, toyboxes and jewelry boxes. With a longer history in Europe (see toleware), in America the practice
Article Title : Erector Set
Article Snippet :Erector was sold in wooden boxes, but 1933 through 1962 the sets would be sold in colorful boxes made of painted steel. Early boxes were colored red, green
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