As demonstrated in the above photo, these ring jewelry boxes (which I call the "Large Swingdoor") have six drawers with adjustable dividers; which allow you to store as many rings, earrings, charms, or any other jewelry. Additionally, the two side doors swing open and offer twelve hooks for storing necklaces.
This photo shows the three main types of wood that I offer for my boxes (please note this is not the Large Swingdoor box).
* The top box is bubinga with curly maple legs
* The middle box is natural cherry with black walnut legs
* The bottom box is curly maple with black walnut legs
I also offer leopardwood, birdseye maple, and black walnut as wood options for the main boxes. To see more about the woods, please click here.
This photo shows the intricate detail and beautiful patterns of both the leopardwood (the darker red wood) and the instrument-quality quilted maple accents, which is the highest quality quilted maple available.
For more photos of these ring jewelry boxes (which I call the "Large Swingdoor"), please click here.
PLEASE NOTE: Sadly Steve has passed away, so these boxes are no longer available.
We are in the process of taking this site down; thank you to all of his customers, we hope you treasure your jewelry box forever.
The Smith Family
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.
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,
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.
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!