Jewellery Boxes

Jewellery boxes allow you to store your cherished jewellery safely and neatly. They can be a special home accessory, for example, when a motif of a famous painting is worked into the lid, or a well-known melody plays from a built-in musical box.

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Jewellery Boxes

Buy Jewellery Boxes Online: A Safe Place for Your Favourite Pieces

Jewellery is often not only very expensive or irreplaceable, but it also usually holds a high sentimental and personal value. That is why it deserves special storage, for example, in an original jewellery box. It does not matter whether the jewellery is made of precious metals such as gold or silver, set with precious stones or diamonds, or whether it is costume jewellery. It makes sense to ensure that all jewellery is stored safely and is not damaged by environmental influences such as dust, UV radiation or moisture. Velvet-lined compartments and ring holders in jewellery boxes prevent jewellery from bumping against each other and keep the jewellery collection tidy.

A Special Eye-Catcher: Jewellery Boxes with Famous Painting Motifs

Originally designed jewellery boxes can not only serve as a practical storage option, but with an original design, they also become a special decorative home accessory. At ars mundi, you will find jewellery boxes with famous motifs from paintings of the last centuries, which you will recognise at first sight. The artist's motifs are worked into the lid of the wooden jewellery box and are reproduced in a highly authentic manner. The ars mundi jewellery boxes show, among others, Gustav Klimt's "Malcesine" and "Lady with Fan", Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" and "Garden in Giverny", Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" and "Iris" or Jan Vermeer van Delft's "The Girl with a Pearl Earring".

The Special Highlight: Jewellery Boxes with Musical Boxes

Some of the jewellery boxes from our selection hold a special surprise in store for you: When the lid is opened, an 18-tone musical mechanism plays famous melodies by great composers of music history. These include Franz Liszt's "Liebestraum", Johannes Brahms' "Hungarian Dances", Frederic Chopin's "Polonaise", Ludwig van Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" and Maurice Ravel's "Bolero". The combination of a famous painting and a well-known melody makes such a music jewellery box a very extraordinary art object.