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Large Egyptian Inlaid Box

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$39.00

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Intricate inlay work has been practiced in the Middle East for more than 4,500 years. These beech-wood boxes are inlaid with hundreds of hand-cut pieces of iridescent mother-of-pearl and re-create an arabesque design from the seventh century. Lined with velvet, they make excellent jewelry boxes or striking desk accessories. Handmade in Egypt.


Please note: We’re sorry, due to recently tightened restrictions on the import and export of mother of pearl, we are not able to ship the Egyptian Mother-of-pearl Inlaid Boxes outside of the U.S.


5 1/2"W x 2 1/4"H x 3 1/2"D

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      5.0

      BEAUTIFUL ! Great gifts -

      By bobbi0226

      from Texas

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      • Attractive
      • Classic
      • Unique

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          Comments about Large Egyptian Inlaid Box:

          I got 2 lg. and 2 small. Gifting the 2 lg to my adult daughters - they will love them

           
          5.0

          I would buy the product againx

          By ali

          from cranston,ri

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          • Attractive
          • Fits Theme

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          • Delicate

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          • Gift

          Comments about Large Egyptian Inlaid Box:

          Bought it for 30th wedding anniversary gift. The couple loved it.

           
          5.0

          Beautiful jewelry box

          By Marsh

          from Schofield, WI

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          • Attractive
          • Unique

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            • Decoration
            • Jewelry Box

            Comments about Large Egyptian Inlaid Box:

            Because this has a velvet -like lining, I use it for the jewelry that I wear every day. It was a wonderful gift.

            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Great purchase

            By Bets

            from State College, PA

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            • Quality item
            • Unique

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            • Decoration
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            Comments about Large Egyptian Inlaid Box:

            This is a beautifully crafted box, and makes a very unique gift or nice display for in the home or office. I was a little surprised by the size though. It was smaller than expected. There should have been something in the picture to use as a comparison. Still a very impressive and unique item!

            (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            not what I expected

            By Rickster

            from Maine

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              • Tiny

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              • Storing thumb tacks

              Comments about Large Egyptian Inlaid Box:

              The picture makes this "Large" item look large. Don't be fooled like I was -- pay attention to the measurements. It is tiny, tiny, tiny.

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