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Mele
$250.00
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A place for everything, and the Racquel Java Finish Jewelry Armoire keeps everything in its place. No more tangled necklaces, unma...tched pairs of earrings, or scratched gems. This armoire provides safe storage of your most prized possessions. From the outside, this furnishing is elegant in a rich, dark java, along with the scalloped wood front apron and decorative curved cabriolet legs. Note the pearlized drawer and door pulls, as well as the brushed aluminum tone hardware. Inside, you'll appreciate the sueded ivory lining that prevents scratching. Plus, you'll see that the top compartment features a large cushioned ring roll, as well as six open sections for pins, bangles, and larger flat items. The drawers are great for holding scarves, hair accessories, hosiery, lingerie, and larger jewelry pieces. The two side necklace doors open to reveal four double hooks each, for an easy way to view all of your chains and necklaces. When you're able to easily review your accessory options, you can select your choice quickly and focus your energy on the day's important tasks. About Mele Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases. Crafted from hardwood, finished in sleek java. 4 open, hand-lined drawers. 2 necklace doors, ring roll, open section storage. Lift-lid with interior mirror. 13W x 10D x 34H inches. read more

Mele
$250.00
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Baubles, bangles, and beads - all will find a home in your Celina Oak Finish Jewelry Armoire. Place this armoire in your bedroom o...r dressing area, and you'll quickly and easily access the perfect adornment for your day's attire. This furnishing is elegant in traditional oak, along with the scalloped wood front apron and decorative curved cabriolet legs. The wood is accented by antiqued brushed gold tone hardware. Open up this armoire and check out the sueded ivory lining that prevents scratching. Under the mirrored top, you'll find a large cushioned ring roll, as well as six open sections for pins, bangles, and larger flat items. Place your scarves, hair accessories, lingerie, hosiery, or larger jewelry pieces in the spacious drawers. Hang your chains, pendants, and neckwires from the four double hooks on the inside of each side door. No more tangled necklaces, unmatched pairs of earrings, or scratched gems... now that's a gift everyone will love! About Mele Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases. Crafted from hardwood, finished in warm oak. 4 open, hand-lined drawers. 2 necklace doors, ring roll, open section storage. Lift-lid with interior mirror. 13W x 10D x 34H inches. read more

Mele
$79.00-$90.00
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About Mele Emidio Mele, an Italian immigrant to the United States, came to New York City in 1896 and learned to make jewelry boxes... as an apprentice before founding Mele Manufacturing in 1912. He began by designing and building elegant displays for jewelry store windows. His jewelry box-making business grew throughout the 1900s, responding to demands for boxes to hold Purple Hearts during WWII and developing as a popular household name for quality jewelry boxes. Today Mele Jewelry Box is known as the Mele Companies, which encompass various divisions under the Mele name. Now based in Utica, N.Y., Mele still upholds the family atmosphere on which it was founded and remains America's foremost name in jewelry cases. Croco faux leather Jewelry box in white. 1 open section, 3 removable earring cards. Lift lid with interior mirror. Ivory sueded fabric lining. Dimensions: 7.5L x 9.38W x 6.5H in.. read more

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