Check out someplace like Harbor Freight that has the wooden tool boxes.
I'm not sure of the depth of the drawers, but if it handles tools it might
be large enough for the oversize jewelry\
So much to do and so little attention span to get it done with…
On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 3:35 PM, Lavolta Press wrote:
> I'm still packing my stuff to move to Sacramento. I have a fair amount of
> steampunk and historic-inspired costume jewelry that's just big. Large
> necklaces. Chunky cuff bracelets. Tiaras. It's been lying around on top of
> things because I didn't have any jewelry box big enough for it all. I'd
> like a nice box, not the kind of plastic bin people use for sewing
> supplies. (Artbin, anyone?) Preferably wooden, but leather would do.
> And I'm not finding one. I've always thought the Reed & Barton jewelry
> boxes (bought on Ebay) were the best quality for the money, but half their
> drawers have small, fixed compartments for things like little pendants,
> which this stuff won't fit into. I need a big box with big compartments and
> deep drawers. Any suggestions?
> Lavolta Press
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