New Valet Box in American Black Walnut and Kingwood

For those who are unsure a valet box is a Jewellery Box for a man.  American Black Walnut always seems to be a favourite with many gents as it has a deep brown and masculine look to it without being too subdued.

This box is in American Black Walnut and has a Kingwood banding just in from the edge. The reddish brown banding complements the chocolatey brown of the box quite well.  And the lining is in a really nice dark peacock green.

It comes with a compartmentalised tray and sufficient room underneath to hold wallets or any other large and flat objects.

This would suit any gentleman looking for an understated yet stylish contemporary box.

Valet Box in American Black Walnut


Valet Box in American Black Walnut

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American Black Walnut with Sutherland Tartan Valet Box

Just completed another commission…

 This is a large sized valet box.  The box is made with a deep brown American Black Walnut and is approximately 400 x 235 x 195 mm.  It is designed to hold watches, cufflinks and many other objects – some in drawers and some in their own compartments.

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Valet Box in Light Grey Dyed Figured Sycamore

Keeping those specs safe

This is a large sized gentleman’s (valet) box that I’ve recently delivered to a client and added to, It’s approximately 520 x 360 x 155 mm and is designed to contain cuff links, spectacles and various watches.

The box is veneered in a light-grey figured sycamore with blond sycamore lipped edges separated by a black sycamore line... continue reading more