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Small Victoria Jewelry Box

Aidan Gray

 
Made of glass that has been treated to a sleek lacquered finish in a rich black, our Small Victoria jewelry box is ornamented with a shimmering polished agate wrapped in gold leaf that also serves as its handle. It was Audrey Hepburn who made the little black dress adorned with a string of pearls look oh-so-chic. This jewelry box will not only offer up your pearls when you're dressing for that special occasion, it will reflect your sense of style while it does so!
SKU D614
Color/Finish Black
Color Black
Item Size 7 x 11.5 x 6.5
Height 6.5 IN
Width 1.5 IN
Length 7 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.0711
Material 1 Glass
Material 2 Aggregate

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