Animal Themed Black Decorative Boxes(32 items)
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Unique Lacquerware Mango Wood Trinket Box, "Kitty Cat Happiness"$23.99
Pouncing playfully, a sleek black cat curls his tail over his back. It forms the handle for a hand-carved, lacquered box. Nantana Sompamitre transforms mango wood into a or (happiness) cat. Loved throughout Thailand, this natural breed originated in Ampur Pimai in the province of Korat where they have been bred in the royal cattery since 1350. The elegant cat was owned only by royalty and courtiers.
Handmade Wood Floral Decorative Box by Indian Artisan, "Midnight Charm"$29.99
This handmade decorative box gleams with the bright silvery contrast of a hand-painted chinar leaf motif against an ebony background. Two yellow birds sing to each other on the center of the lid, adding a touch of love to the alluring piece. Indian artisan Sajad handcrafts the wooden box before applying papier mache to the exterior. When dry, he expertly paints the minute natural pattern, inspired by his love of blending the modern with the traditional.
Hand Carved Rustic Decorative Box with African Animals, "Wildlife of Africa"$54.99
Designed by Evelyn Kafui Ahianyo, this original decorative box depicts some of Africa's iconic wildlife — an elephant, a rhinoceros and a hippo. The images are etched by hand into sese wood in a design that is both handsome and useful.
Fair Trade Lacquerware Mango Wood Decorative Box, "The King's Kitty Cat"$37.99
Nantana Sompamitre transforms mango wood into a or cat. This natural breed originated in Ampur Pimai in the province of Korat where they have been bred in the royal cattery since 1350. Loved throughout Thailand, the elegant cat was once owned only by royalty and courtiers. Sompamitre carves wood into the desired shape and coats it with lacquer. Once dried it is polished, and another coat is applied – up to twenty times. The final layer is polished with powdered fired clay and painted by hand.