Standing Jewelry Boxes
"The Wave"
A Functional Yet Beautiful
Armoire Jewelry Box

Standing armoire jewelry box handmade of exotic hardwoods

Prices for this box range from $1490 - $1690, 
depending on the wood.

Base table is optional and sold separately; 
base table ranges from $1300 - $1500.


Armoire jewelry box handcrafted of wood

If you have a jewelry lover in your life, then one of my standing jewelry boxes is the most incredible, functional, and yet beautiful gift you could ever give her.  

The photo above shows both pieces that are available; the main armoire jewelry box and the base table, each sold separately.  The armoire can easily be place upon a dresser or other existing furniture; however at approximately fifty-five pounds, it is fairly heavy and will require a solid piece of furniture to hold it.  For those who don't have enough space on their dresser or enjoy the look of the entire unit, then the base table is a nice option. 




Handmade wooden base table that holds large jewelry armoire box

The base table measures 21" wide x 14" deep x 30" high, weighs sixty-five pounds, and is designed to exactly match the armoire jewelry box.  It offers even more storage with three additional drawers; a perfect place to store scarves, other accessories, or even the boxes that some of your jewelry comes in.  

The table is sold separately, and ranges from $1300 - $1500 depending on the wood.  

The box and table shown on this page are made of bubinga (a reddish-type wood from Africa) and instrument-quality quilted maple (the lighter, patterned wood as shown on the face of the drawers).  




Handmade wooden base table for standing jewelry box

This photo shows a bit more close-up view of the craftsmanship of my work, including the beveled edges of the drawers and the careful detail of every corner.  This is also a good opportunity to see the patterns in both the bubinga and the instrument-quality quilted maple woods that I use.  

I carefully select which pieces of woods I use for each box, and assign the different pieces to the boxes that will work best with that particular piece of wood.  Sometimes I have an idea of which wood I'd like to use for a specific box; but once I cut into it and see the patterns that are revealed, the box "tells" me differently!  I believe that this is as much a part of the art and the craftsmanship as building the actual box, and hope that this is reflected in each unique piece that I create.  

Click here to see more photos of my "Wave" armoire jewelry box




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Testimonials

Testimonials

I purchased one of your Bubinga and Maple boxes about 4 years ago and still think it's as beautiful as the day I bought it. The craftsmanship is superb and leaves nothing to be desired. My wife loves the flexibility of it and everyone who sees it thinks it is simply stunning. Thanks so much for such a wonderful product.

~ Andy


Thank you, Steve, for the beautiful jewelry box. It is gorgeous and I know that my daughter will love it. We hope it will be an heirloom piece for her to remember her graduation day from med school. Hopefully we will do business again in two years when my other daughter finishes her grad degree. Sincerely yours,

~ Georgia


Just to let you know that my jewelry box arrived and it is stunning, I really love it! I looked at hundreds of them including store-bought (and probably Chinese-made), Amish/Shaker, and other hand-mades, and yours were the most beautiful (and the most versatile, as none of the others had adjustible drawer dividers). Thanks for the beautiful jewelry box, and I'm glad my holiday purchase was Made in the USA.

~ Michelle


Hi Steve, I just wanted to tell you that I have been having so much fun with my beautiful box, putting everything in one place (at last) and standing in front of it with the doors and a drawer open, admiring both the box and my lovely pieces. It sits in a place of honour in my bedroom; and has been much admired by my friends. Keep up the good work!

Kind regards,

~ Pam