Mission Jewelry Boxes
3 Drawer Mission Chest – Cocobolo : Mission 3-Drawer – 18″ x 10″ x 7″
- Birdseye Maple – $595 : Buy Now
- Curly Cherry – $595 : Buy Now
- Cocobolo (shown) – $695 : Buy Now
Mission 4-Drawer – 18″ x 10″ x 9″
- Birdseye Maple – $695 : Buy Now
- Curly Cherry (shown) – $695 : Buy Now
- Cocobolo – $795 : Buy Now
“The Mission Jewelry Boxes are incredibly well designed! Not only do they hold and organize a lot of jewelry, they also show a unique, sophisticated look that interests my eye and avoids the bulk of most other jewelry boxes.”
— Andrea Brooks, buyer, Appalachian Spring,
Voted the country’s foremost craft gallery, Washington, D.C
This design presents an appealing, alternative look to most jewelry boxes and has won recognition for my work in many galleries the feature my jewelry boxes across the country. Using the negative space created by reverse half-moon pulls, open sides and intervals between the drawers, I have created a lighter and airy that maintains the traditional attractiveness of the Mission style of furniture. Practically, it holds more jewelry than my large jewelry boxes and the stationary top allows you to place your daily jewelry on the top for easy access. These jewelry boxes are available in 3- and 4-drawer versions.
Features and Craftsmanship Unique to the Mission Jewelry Boxes
- Dividers are removable and come in different configurations for each drawer. If you know your collection includes a preponderance of one type of piece (earrings are a common example), let me know when you order. Otherwise, just try out my standard divider selection and let me know how if it can be improved. Customizing your divider selection comes free of charge.
- Unique expansion joinery binds the legs to the top, providing maximum strength and seasonal expansion/contraction of the wood.
- Drawer stops keep drawers from being accidentally pulled out of the jewelry boxes.
- Tongue and lap joints secure the drawers for generations of use.
- See “More About My Work” for a more in-depth guide to my craftsmanship of jewelry boxes.