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Mele & Co. Brigitte Wooden Jewelry Box - Antique Walnut Finish - 13.75W x 8.875H in.
$139.00
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Arrives by Feb 7 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Wooden jewelry box in antiqued walnut finish
  • Lid with a mirror and a 10-hook necklace drop
  • 5 sections and ring rolls in the top compartment
  • Top drawer with 21 sections
  • Middle drawer with 10 sections
Specifications
Dimensions
13.75W x 8.875H in.
Brand
Mele & Co.
Finish
Walnut
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Wooden jewelry box in antiqued walnut finish
  • Lid with a mirror and a 10-hook necklace drop
  • 5 sections and ring rolls in the top compartment
  • Top drawer with 21 sections
  • Middle drawer with 10 sections
  • Bottom drawer with open storage
  • Hand lined in chocolate-colored sueded fabric
  • Dimensions: 13.75L x 7.75W x 8.875H inches
Description

The Mele & Co. Brigitte Wooden Jewelry Box - Antique Walnut Finish - 13.75W x 8.875H in. gives you all the room you need to keep your jewelry collection organized and where you need it. This beautiful box features a handy lid with mirror and drop hooks for easy care and display of your necklaces. A top compartment holds bracelets and rings while drawers offer lined compartments for all of your earrings. Its beautiful wood construction features an antique walnut finish for a look that blends with any style.

About Mele & Co.

Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases.

Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases.

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