Heart-Shaped Wooden Jewellery Box, Mother of Pearl Inlaid
Heart-Shaped Wooden Jewellery Box, Mother of Pearl Inlaid, Engagement and Proposal Ring Box, Ring Bearer Gift Box, Ring Holder
Length: 10cm; Width: 10cm; Height: 4cm
Jewelry type: Brooch, Cuff links, Earrings, Ring, Tie clip
Can be personalized
Engagement and wedding wooden ring boxwith mother of pearl and brass wire inlay. The ring-bearer box is made from walnut and inlaid white mother of pearl. Brass wire inlaid and created beautiful motifs. It has its own characteristics. You can see the whole beauty of mother of pearl and brass wire all around the jewelry box. It could be a very pretty idea to gift someone you love or for yourself. Also, you can use it as a wedding ring holder for a ceremony.
The box is special favors for your Special Days (Mother Days, Birthday, Eid, etc.) Wedding Gifts, Engagement Favors to your relatives and friends. Our box is classy, high quality.
The box is also an unforgettable gift for your memories.
Specifications: - 10 cm x 10 cm x 4 cm (4"x 4" x 2") - Walnut, mother of pearl - Heart-shaped - It has a natural wooden color as well as the open colors of the inlaid mother of pearls.
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WHAT IS "MOTHER OF PEARL"?
Mother-of-pearl is the shiny, hard material that lines mussel and oyster shells and other fresh and saltwater shellfish. Mother-of-pearl inlaying, also known as mother-of-pearl marquetry, combines this material with wood to produce various decorative items.
HOW ARE THESE ITEMS PRODUCED?
We usually work with walnut, from which we succeed in producing many spectacular items. The pattern is first drawn on the wood. Grooves for the wires are then scored along the lines of the drawing. Aluminum, brass, or silver wires are hammered into the grooves and secured with glue. Indentations for the mother-of-pearl are then chiseled out.
The next step is to prepare the mother-of-pearl which looks like oyster and cockle shells and fix it in place. The cut and sanded slivers of mother-of-pearl are placed in the indentations. They are later glued and left to dry for the rest of the day. When dry, the item is sanded smooth, and if desired the wood blackened by burning. Finally, the item is rubbed with pure olive oil; and when the oil has been thoroughly absorbed, shellac is applied to give a shiny and clean finish.
The patterns are created with geometric motives in an unending sequence. By making the geometric shapes curl or branch; creating main or subsidiary connections between them or having them cut one another or make knots; natural motifs such as tulips, carnations and roses, and sometimes animal figures are depicted.
You can watch how these gorgeous handicrafts are made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HSAJE0mdNU