Marloes Shell Box
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Marloes Shell Box
The Marloes Shell Box is handmade in Acacia wood. The lid comprises of many unusual and distinctive sea shells and consequently each box is unique. All elements of this design are handmade. The Marloes Keepsake Shell Box is handmade using black and whites shells. It is fabulous as an individual piece or alternatively can be displayed with others hence giving a real visual impact. Not only is the box a perfect safe place for keys and trinkets but it is also an ideal item for the entrance hall.
Width: 20cm, Depth: 20cm Height: 11cm
Handmade with the finest Acacia Wood and a decorative lid. The Marloes Shell Box is a wonderful fusion of function and style.
The box is perfectly versatile because it can be used as an opulent storage solution or as a unique home accent. It is perfect to transform any interior scheme. Or alternatively to give as a treasured gift. It sits perfectly in any room in the house. What simpler way to bring some daily serenity to your life than to have a beautiful home for your precious items.
Decorative boxes are versatile and often wonderful additions to any home. Whether for a birthday, wedding, or for your own home, our decorative boxes can also be beautiful gifts. When the wedding season is in full swing you may be wondering what to do for wedding favours or how to provide your venue with that little extra touch.
Some of our Decorative Box collection are hand crafted using shagreen. Others are made from acacia, adorned with real sea shells. While others are handmade in shagreen, cracked pearl oyster shell or brown pen shell with silver or gold embellishments
Shells and all natural items used by Objet Luxe are ethically sourced from sustainable sources. We only use the finest quality natural raw materials, all of which comply to CITES and all international environmental legislation.
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