Jewelry - Boxes Marble Stone
Artisan Crafted Gifts and Decor From Around the WorldThese Jewelry - Boxes Marble Stone - are available from Novica who in association with National Geographic bring a whole range of handcrafted items from small scale crafts workshops, often run by a single craft worker in the developing world.
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Gray agate and cedar jewelry box, 'Amazon Mist' (Brazil)
Guena presents a jewelry box of exotic beauty featuring the glistening beauty of gray agate. The gem's intense and translucent gleam is surrounded by the noble elegance of cedar.
Marble jewelry box, 'Checkmate' (medium) (India)
Gulam Rasool exploits marble's vast range of tonalities to create a checkerboard pattern. Crafted by hand, this handsome jewelry box opens on brass hinges.
Soapstone jar, 'Lattice Lace' (large) (India)
Finely carved in jali or openwork, latticework creates lacy patterns. Gulam Rasool crafts an exquisite jar with lid in soapstone's natural colors. A flower crowns the box.
Soapstone jewelry box, 'Elephant Procession' (India)
Rare white elephants parade through a leafy forest. Gulam Rasool depicts them in a regal jewelry box. A master at traditional jali or openwork carving, he works in natural soapstone.
Soapstone jewelry box, 'Honeysuckle' (India)
Sculpted in soapstone, honeysuckle vines intertwine in dainty arabesques. Gulam Rasool is a master at traditional jali or openwork carving. This elegant jewelry box with twin compartments is a beautiful example of his art.
Soapstone jewelry box, 'Majestic Dragon' (India)
Gulam Rasool depicts dragons prowling in a fertile forest on a dramatic soapstone jewelry box. A master at traditional jali or openwork carving, he works in natural soapstone.
Soapstone jewelry box, 'Nautilus' (India)
The regular coils of the nautilus shell find expression in a hand-carved jewelry box. A master at traditional jali or openwork carving, Gulam Rasool presents this beautiful soapstone chest with two inner compartments.
Soapstone jewelry box, 'Winged Dragon' (India)
A dragon with wings soars above a mysterious jungle. Gulam Rasool depicts the creature on a hand-carved jewelry box. Featuring two inner compartments, the box is a beautiful example of traditional Indian art.