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Mele & Co. Coventry Wooden Jewelry Box - 16W x 9D x 8H in.
$140.00
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Arrives by Feb 3 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 16W x 9D x 8H in.
  • Made from engineered wood
  • Driftwood gray color
  • Lined white interior
  • Mirrored interior top
Specifications
Dimensions
16W x 9D x 8H in.
Weight
9.4 lbs.
Material
Composite Wood
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 16W x 9D x 8H in.
  • Made from engineered wood
  • Driftwood gray color
  • Lined white interior
  • Mirrored interior top
  • 4 sliding drawers
  • Ring holder
  • No assembly required
What's Included
Jewelry box
Description

Make the place you keep your jewelry as beautiful as the gems themselves with the Mele & Co. Coventry Wooden Jewelry Box - 16W x 9D x 8H in.. This item has plenty of space for your jewelry and trinkets. Rich engineered wood crafted to withstand moisture and warping will keep your belongings as pristine as they were when you first put them on. Whether you're storing bracelets, earrings, rings, watches, cufflinks, or precious mementos, they'll be safe inside this jewelry box. No assembly required.

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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