Peruvian Decorative Boxes(80 items)
Welcome to the Peruvian Decorative Box Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Decorative Boxes
beautiful vintage like box
the box is very beautiful. a little larger than i expected which is good of course. (although i did know the measurements at the time of purchase). most important in reality it is more beautiful than what appears on the website. i am very pleased with my purchase.
Absoluntely gorgeous! Unfortunately, being real glass, it is breakable, but it even with a crack, it is still one of the most beautiful things in my house!
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Popular Peruvian Decorative Boxes
Embossed Leather Leaves on Mohena Wood Treasure Chest Box, "Classic Inspiration"
Add a touch of classic Peruvian art to your desk with this artisan crafted chest by Julio Sanchez. He covers the mohena wood box with quality leather embossed with leafy patterns suggesting a crest and a coat of arms - a veritable treasure chest.
Reverse Painted Glass Decorative Boxes (Set of 3), "Red White and Blue"$54.95
Reverse painting on glass is a centuries-old art form requiring great care and precision. In this set of three decorative boxes handcrafted in Peru, artisan Asunta Pelaez inlays panes of glass which she has painted on the reverse, details first, using ink and tempera. Golden edges add an elegant touch.
Reverse Painted Glass Butterfly Decorative Box in Emerald, "Butterfly Jubilee in Emerald"
Fluttering butterflies are painted by hand against a field of emerald, decorating the reverse sides of glass panels on this decorative box from Peru. Following a meticulous process, Asunta Pelaez crafts the box of wood, adding with gold-tone trim. The lid lifts open to a single-compartment interior for storing small objects and accessories.
Map of the World Reverse-Painted Glass Wood Decorative Box, "World View"
This decorative box features beautiful reverse-painted glass with maps of the world on its lid and four sides. Peruvian artisan Asunta Pelaez handcrafts the box from plywood and paints by hand the world map scenes on the reverse side of glass panes, that are then secured to the box surface. You'll appreciate the careful choice of color to represent the various geographic features of the Earth. The hinged lid opens to reveal a single compartment, painted black.