Jewellery Boxes From The Music Box Shop.

 
Pick your link to the category of jewellery box or musical gift you are looking for:-
 

Musical Jewellery Boxes    Children’s Music Boxes    Musical Carousels

Picture Music Boxes    Cylinder Music Boxes    Reuge Music Boxes

Musical Gifts    Musical Movements    Singing Bird Automata

Musicals    Jewellery Boxes
    Children's Jewellery Boxes

Picture Jewellery Boxes    Large Jewellery Boxes    Reuge Jewellery Boxes

 
Due to Covid 19 we have had to take the decision to close our retail music shop to general visitors, our shop floor space is small and social distancing with an open door policy would not be possible as it was prior to the pandemic. You can still order from our shop via our online store or you can telephone and order your product for collection from our shop at an appointed time. We are sorry that we can no longer offer our normal friendly music shop experience face to face but we hope that we can provide a quality service via the internet and over the telephone. You can still collect from our shop in Whitchurch but at a pre arranged time as we are operating on a one in one out basis. We hope you enjoy viewing our range of high quality music boxes, musical jewellery boxes and musical instruments featured on our website and should you require any further assistance please do not hesitate to telephone or email us for further information on our products.

We specialise in new musical jewellery boxes and jewellery caskets.

Historically a jewellery casket, or jewelry box is a description given to a container that is usually a large box or receptacle slightly smaller than a chest, often decorated and used to house precious items.
 
Musical jewellery boxes have been made in many materials down through the centuries including ivory, wood, and silver often with carved decoration or marquetry inlay. Today we still stock all types of musical
Jewellery boxes in different styles.

In recent times most
jewellery boxes for trinkets and jewels are of moderate size, but in earlier centuries, when other types of documents and precious possessions needed storing, boxes could be of very large proportions  An excellent example of large jewel cabinets are the two which were made for Marie Antoinette, made by Schwerdfeger, cabinet maker, and his assistant Michael Reyad.

In ancient times it was not unusual to see jewel caskets made in precious materials, such as gold and silver. In East
Asia, wood or china would often be covered with silk to create wonderful decorative jewellery boxes.

The tradition of giving small jewellery boxes as a
christening gift is still popular particularly the ballerina jewellery boxes that became popular in the 1950s and 1960s.

With a wide range of choice in prices and styles you can be sure to find the perfect jewellery music box here at The Music Box Shop so why not take a browse at our various categories and if you need any help with your purchase contact our sales staff who will be only too pleased to help.


Tel:- 01275 830830