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Large oval jewelry box

This beautiful oval jewel box is perfect for keeping necklaces and earrings, or as a decorative item for your living room. It features a hand painted flower with different color petals on the lid.
  • Handmade Raku ceramic. Handpainted, creating unique variations on each piece.
  • Handcrafted by an artisan in the town of Tonala, Mexico.
  • Width: 4.5'', Length: 5.8'', Height: 3.9''
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs.
  • Because each item is individually handcrafted, the dimensions on each piece may vary from those specified.
Price: US$37.99    

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Glass melts at between 2600 to 2900 degrees (F.) or 1425 to 1600 degrees (C.) depending upon the composition of the glass. Glass was discovered by potters about 3000 B.C.E., and the technique of glass blowing was invented about 100 B.C.E. Glass blowing was introduced to Mexico in 1535, shortly after the Conquest, and has been a staple of Mexican craftsmanship ever since.