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Antique Wooden Boxes

Antique Wooden Boxes

Antique wooden boxes are highly collectible items that make excellent home accessories and gifts. These decorative objects can be used for storage or display and they are a great addition to any home. Theres an antique wooden box to suit every style and period. Choose from Edwardian, Victorian, French, art deco, Georgian and gothic themes.

Youll find thousands of originals and reproductions that have the power to transport you back to a particular time and place. Filter your antique wooden box search by year of manufacture and discover rare items from the eighteenth century through to the present day. Categories include pre-1800, 1800-1849, 1850-1899, 1900-1940 and post-1940.

Depending on the era you choose, youll find a range of antique wooden boxes made from heavy woods like ebony, mahogany, oak and walnut and softer pine and beech.

Antique wooden boxes serve multiple purposes and come in many varieties including jewellery and trinket boxes, cutlery boxes and sewing boxes. Here are some of the most popular.

Jewellery and trinket boxes

Small boxes to store jewellery and trinkets are the most popular type of antique wooden box. Plain wooden boxes are available, however, youll find hundreds of jewellery and trinket boxes decorated with brass, glass and mother of pearl detailing. Choose from fold-out boxes, drawer units and chest designs.

Cigar and cigarette boxes

Antique wooden cigar and cigarette boxes are ornate in their design and feature intricate carvings and embellishments. These boxes vary in shape and size with some featuring drawers and others opening like cupboards. They can be used to store smoking paraphernalia or other small items.

Tea caddies and boxes

Tea caddies, chests and boxes come in all manner of shapes and sizes, from chests and barrels to more unusual likenesses of houses and fruit. Whichever design you choose, youll find an incredibly detailed construction and ample space to store your tea bags.









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