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Name: Chinese style embroidered jewelry box
Size: 28cm*19cm*6.5cm single layer
Cover material: soft velvet and Chinese retro embroidery
Internal material: low-key luxurious soft velvet material
Color: dark green (without hanging ears), pink (without hanging ears), big red (without hanging ears)
Features: This is a lockable compartment, practical and beautiful. They can organize messy desktops and organize our favorite jewelry. (6 necklace hooks, multiple rows of ring compartments, and earring cards, 1 large storage bag and 7 large compartments for bracelets or watches).
This retro and elegant jewelry box provides more space for earrings, rings, bracelets, watches and necklaces. It can be used as a gift for wedding day, Valentine's Day, mother's day, and anniversary. The durable and delicate retro lock can ensure the safety of your jewelry.
The elegant Chinese embroidered appearance is the finishing touch and adds flavor to the jewelry box. The exquisite jewelry box can ensure that your jewelry is safe, durable, non-deformed and non-fading. It is the ideal jewelry box for all ages.
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