Collections: Wooden Boxes

Tea box with glass display- wooden hexagon jewelry box- pine wood keepsake- 7 compartments keepsake- herbs storage box


Wooden tea box with glass display which is made of quality pine wood and that has metal hinges and closing with bronze color that may display various things like jewelry and your tea bags of course.
I have colored the box with mordant so that it looks like an old wood vintage box.
Its surface is smooth and it has 7 compartments to store your jewelry, small parts, and anything you would love to display.
The bottom is made of plywood that is 1/10th of an inch thick ( 3 mm ) and is strongly attached to the box body.
I have colored this display keepsake with mordant so that it looks like an old wood vintage box.

Please note that this box can hold tea bags not bigger than 1.5'' x 2.0''.
Make sure that the measurements of the single compartments are big enough to store your things. Please note below the sizes:

Height: 2.3'' ( 6 cm )
Length: 5'' ( 13 cm )
Width: 5'' ( 13 cm )

Material: pine wood and metal, eco-friendly glue

Please note- Double-check if the measures of a single compartment are the right measure for storing your future keepsake objects. The measures may not be compatible so please make sure before you purchase this product that it will be the right craft for your needs.

Apart from using it right away, you can use it to decorate it or create an art project of it. It is ready to use or to work with and may be decorated in hundreds of ways with burlap fabric, laces, paints, inks, pyrographing, or calligraphy.
You can also use it to make a gift for a friend of yours.

The shipping packaging is made with the extra protection of bubble postal envelopes, reclaimed soft materials, and card boxes. We reclaim packaging materials from technology products unboxed from different local shops.

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