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Black Horse Polish Jewelry Keepsake Box

Black Horse Polish Jewelry Keepsake Box
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  • Buy New: $32.99
  • as of 3/28/2017 18:36 CDT details
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  • Seller:MILMA GROUP
  • Sales Rank:7,633,804
  • Color:blue brown red
  • Media:Kitchen
  • Autographed:No
  • Size:Medium
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.6
  • Dimensions (in):4.8 x 6 x 1.8
  • Model:BB-12
  • UPC:809004332120
  • EAN:0809004332120
  • ASIN:B003UEAG2K
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • Hand Crafted
  • Lined with Velvet
  • Made with Linden Wood
  • Made In Poland
  • Delivered by Christmas if ordered by Dec 18th for standard delivery or Dec 21st for expedited delivery

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Synopsis
This jewelry box is decorated with a beautiful black horse that reminds me of Black Beauty. This would be a great gift for the horse lover in your life! Polish boxes are made in the mysterious region of the Tatra Mountains, discovered by the nineteenth century poets and pronounced a fairyland of legends, miracles and natural wonders. In today's world of mass production, finely handcrafted boxes bring, along with their grace, the charm and passion of human imagination. The prime finish of the interior compartments assures the proper aura for memorabilia, treasures and jewelry. The art of hand crafting and carving wooden boxes, a rare skill of folks living in the Tatra Mountains, was adopted to evoke the symbols, icons and styles of the multiethnic and cross-cultural communities of the industrialized world.
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