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Rustic Yet Refined

Handmade, one of a kind keepsake box - Original Design

Oozing character and a feeling of the past - our ring boxes are a unique piece of natural beauty. This solid little wood box is handcrafted from aged pine, spruce and/or fir boards we reclaimed from old buildings and fences in our area. Except for some careful sanding to make it smooth to the touch, the wood has been left in its natural state (unstained and unvarnished), showing off its original character markings and rich patina achieved by years of exposure to the strong Northern climate of snow, rain, sun and wind.

Each box is one of a kind, and yours will be the same design as pictured above, but the wood will have its own unique colour and character markings.

The RING BOX measures approximately 2 x 2 x 1 inches (5 x 5 x 2.7 cm) on the inside and 2 7/8 x 2 7/8 x 1 7/8 inches (7.2 x 7.2 x 4.6 cm) high on the outside (including the lined lid).

Built to last, this is a wonderful and lasting gift that will be cherished while holding small items on a desk, dresser, or coffee table. It is also great for a 'green' wedding or for presenting that special piece of jewelry! It can also be customized with date, occasion, monogram, etc by our woodburning artist for a small additional fee.

Made with love and care on Paradise Hill.

Shawn and Trish

Barnwood RING BOX handmade from reclaimed weathered wood - rustic refined

$27.04

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: barn wood, reclaimed, weathered, pine, fir, salvaged, recycled
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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