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Whether you’re looking for a vessel to store your prized baubles or you’re merely looking for a decorative piece to add decorative appeal to a dresser, there’s no better choice than a vintage antique jewelry box. With antique jewelry box options ranging from wood to stone to glass, new jewelry boxes can’t hold a candle to the character old jewelry boxes can bring to a room. If you’re looking for texture, try shopping our collection for a vintage wooden jewelry box. Carved jewelry boxes can be ideal for rooms with a bohemian or global-inspired aesthetic, while burlwood boxes can set a luxurious tone. There are also plenty of live edge antique wooden jewelry boxes available, which can be used to conjure an organic modernist mood. Use these pieces to play opposite brass wall sculptures, Danish Modern chairs, and seaside oil paintings to evoke the feel of an authentic 1970s bohemian beach pad.

Bejewel Your Rooms with Vintage Jewelry Boxes

For a vanity top that requires a glamorous touch, consider a glass jewelry box. Use faceted glass boxes if your tastes run more traditional, or look for opaline or milk glass boxes in rich shades like turquoise or citrine if you favor a more playful mood. For the ultimate luxury, nothing tops a Murano glass jewelry box. Look for designs featuring vivid color and adventurous silhouettes dating to the 1950s, 60s, and beyond. Many Murano boxes showcase stunning glass effects, as well. For instance, sommerso jewelry boxes are common and are ideal for procuring a glamorous Postmodern effect. With sommerso jewelry boxes, a colored glass dish is encased in a transparent glass box, creating a striking two-tone effect. Hunt down boxes by Alessandro Mandruzzato if you’re interested in bringing home the finest examples of the craft.