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Buying Guide to Wood Jewelry Boxes & Chests
Wooden jewelry boxes are by far the most popular jewelry box materials. The wood provides for a variety of grain styles, and no two will ever look alike.
Wood also provides for multiple designs, such as side cabinets and lift lids, as well as a rigidity and solidity that you can not get from other materials, which means it will last for decades, allowing to be passed on as a family heirloom.
As expected, the highest cost wooden jewelry boxes are the standing jewelry boxes also known as armoire jewelry boxes. These can be over three and a half feet tall, and approximately eighteen inches wide and almost as much deep (about 1 foot). These wooden jewelry boxes are built for the largest jewelry collections and are especially good for hanging necklaces.
Some of the most appealing attributes of wooden jewelry boxes are the texture and the fact that the designs will stay popular over the decades. Wooden jewelry boxes can be as small as 2 by 2 inches and are usually 12 x 12 x 8 inches, just the right size to sit atop a dresser.
Common wood types are maple, oak, pine, cherry, and teak, and bubinga. Most come with at least a locking lift lid for expensive rings, and others are fully locking.
Bubinga wood jewelry boxes are considered the most beautiful and more costly as the wood is obtained from Africa and South America. Its beauty is in its wavy grain design that also is also of different shades of color. It is used generally in modern wooden jewelry box designs, and, like Cherry, make up most solid wood jewelry boxes.
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