Infinite Embrace Decorative Olive Wood Keepsake Box
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Handmade Olive Wood Decorative Keepsake Box - Infinite Embrace Design

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Looking for a box for those little treasures? Handmade out of genuine olive wood, this 3.25in x 4in x 1.5in decorative box box is just the thing! 

In addition to holding your treasures, the natural swirls of the wood and the intricate “Infinite Embrace” engraving on the lid make this box a stunning decoration in and of itself!

Like an eternally lasting embrace, the intricate, intertwining lines of this design never come to an end! This product will become the focal point of any surface you make it's home - on an office desk, entry display desk or even to hold your special items in your bedroom. Each decorative box is one of a kind and beautifully finished. Wood grains vary from subtle honey tones to dramatic swirls. Note: Grain color may vary per piece. Comes with a descriptive tag and a Workshop Story Card.

Handmade in the Holy Land at our Fair Trade Community Workshop for young men and women who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged. Each decorative box is one of a kind and beautifully finished. Wood grains vary from subtle honey tones to dramatic swirls. 

Contact us for shipping outside continental USA. Note: Grain color may vary per piece. Comes with a descriptive tag and a Workshop Story Card.

Holy Land Designs
Fair Trade Community Workshop
Carving Out Opportunities to Enrich Lives
Creating Quality Handcrafted Designs for a Living Wage
An outreach to people who are deaf, disabled, and disadvantaged in the Holy Land