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Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom
Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom

Mahogany Wood Round Metallic Gold Keepsake Jewelry Box - Bougainvillea Blossom

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Indonesian artisan Sarwaedi employs timeless mahogany wood to craft this exquisite keepsake box. Engraved with intricate bougainvillea, the petite box receives an antique gold finish to highlight the details, and is perfect for rings, earrings and other small accessories.

  • Mahogany wood
  • 0.19 lbs
  • Box: 3 inches H x 3.7 inches Diam.

THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

Artisan Organization: Sarwaedi

Country: Bali and Java

"I was born in Sukawati, Gianyar in 1970. It seemed natural to work with you, as my brother, Made Wirata, is a woodcarver and my wife, Made Mulyani, crafts masks, and both of them are featured artisans. In the town where I grew up, most people are wood carvers, and so was my family.

"People know me as a humorist, a simple and fully responsible man. From the time I was in fourth grade, I worked and paid my own tuition. I learned wood sculpture by watching my parents. In those days, children began learning the art at a young age and I was not alone. I had many kinship friends at that time.

"By the time I was in senior high school, I was always very late in paying my tuition and my parents couldn't help me because they didn't have the economic means to do so. At the same time, I wasn't getting any orders for my wood carvings. I was so ashamed of my impoverished condition. But going through all of this strengthened my spirit and determination about my own future. I knew I wanted to have a happy family and raise my children in better conditions than I had.

"Finally, I graduated from high school and married the woman who is now my wife. We have two children — a boy and a girl — who are currently in high school. 'My children should have a better life then mine before.' Whispering this sentence always builds my spirit.

"Today, I continue working with wood, but I'm focusing on making vases and classic boxes. I enjoy using the lathe, then carving the objects with manual tools such as chisels, hand-saws and mallets. I give unique finishes to my designs to distinguish them from the others. I believe mahogany is perfect for these designs — it's easy to find and good for the lathe and for carving.

"I'm very excited about showing my designs worldwide, and I hope my dreams and goals for my children will come true.""

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