Hand Painted Red Decorative Boxes(24 items)
Featured Review on Hand Painted Red Decorative Boxes
By Sharon G
Thank you Sajad for your beautiful artistry. I purchased this chinar wood box to hold my special pens on my desk. The colors are so light and fresh?cream color, bright green, tangerine and gold. It makes me happy every time I see it. I will definitely purchase again from this artist!
Fida Hussain Papier mache
"Before I joined my father, I got together with a few of my friends and started an NGO for blood donation. We would donate blood ourselves and encourage others to donate."
Popular Hand Painted Red Decorative Boxes
Reverse Painted Glass Butterfly Decorative Box in Red, "Glorious Butterflies in Red"$39.99
Against a field of red, butterflies flutter in a floral garden. Asunta Pelaez hand-paints the glorious designs on the reverse sides of glass panels that adorn this decorative box from Peru. Gold-tone trim finishes the box, which opens to a single-compartment interior, perfect for storing small items and other valuables.
Hand Painted Wood Mini Chest with Elephants from India, "Exuberant Elephants in Red"$49.99
Using the detailed style of India's traditional miniature painting, Madhur Khandelwal hand paints elephants and horses on this adorable mini chest of drawers. Perfect for housing keepsakes and treasures, the chest is crafted by hand from kadam wood and MDF. It is painted in bright and bold red and finished with iron knobs.
Four Complementary Floral Decorative Boxes from Thailand, "Floral Fourths"$54.99
Forming a circle, four quarter-round boxes display the ancient technique of lacquerware. Though the art form originated in China, the technique spread to northern Thailand centuries ago and firmly took hold there. Artisan Nantana Sompamitre crafts this set of four small boxes from mango wood and paints them carefully with floral motifs in tones of yellow and red.
Small Round Papier Mache Box from India, "Kashmir Cinnabar"$19.99
This petite round box from Fida Hussein is worthy of a small treasure. The box is crafted from weeping willow wood and covered with papier mache. It is then meticulously hand painted with floral motifs in cinnabar and gold oil paints. The box is lined with velvet.