Indian Decorative Boxes(185 items)
Welcome to the Indian Decorative Box Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Decorative Boxes
This artist and staff are masters of their craft. I gave one as a gift, but had to have one for myself. This piece reminds me of the strength of elephant families and how precious they are.
Elephants walk in grace!
The work involved in making this has to come from the heart. Im so grateful to the family who does this work. I was able to gift this to a dear friend with a soft spot for elephants. Its a beautiful work of art.
By Joy B.
Birthday gift for a friend
When I saw this on NOVICA, I immediately thought of my best friend and how much she?d love this. Her birthday happened to be a few weeks later, as well, so great timing! When her gift arrived, she was so surprised with the standard/free wrapping option, messaging me, it?s so cute and fancy. When she fully unwrapped her rabbit, she told me It?s so cute and so satisfying opening it. Her photo looks just like the NOVICA photos, except the face may actually be even cuter. She?s happy. I?m happy. What more can I ask for?
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 Indian Decorative Boxes
Handcrafted Square Mango Wood Decorative Box from India, "Circular Allure"
Featuring a simple square shape, this decorative box from India provides excellent space for storing small items and accessories. Local artisans handcraft the box of mango wood, detailing an elegant circular design in relief. Given a distressed finish, the box opens to a simple interior for storing small items and accessories.
Handmade Wood Floral Decorative Box by Indian Artisan, "Midnight Charm"
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.