The world wide limited editions of 50 pieces, on one level engages all your physical senses because it looks beautiful, feels silky smooth and carries the wonderful aroma of their natural finishes such as beeswax, shellac and leather. On another level these special pieces capture a literal more Intellectual tone.
This example commissioned by a great Literary enthusiast has chosen to celebrate Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, inspiring the interior to resemble a Regency Tea Caddy together with the quotation "But indeed I would rather have nothing but tea".
The exterior portrays a delightful country cottage - its carved Oak thatched roof and marquetry depicting the four seasons around the building.
These two boxes begin with a period English home as the standard form, enabling the interior fitting and window displays to be personalised to each owner ensuring every Box is always unique.
This example has a multitude of concealed drawers and compartments, with secret buttons and latches. The interior celebrates the Georgian love of subtle colours, architecture and the study of the natural environment, all enjoyed in a Jewellery Box like no other.