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 Choosing the right Jewelry Chest or Armoire By:Glenn


Jewelry Chest and Armoires are a classic and timeless gift to give for any occasion. Whether it be a birthday of that special little girl in your life, or a way to say thank you to the woman in your life - an oak jewelry box is the perfect gift.


You should give some time and thought into selecting the right chest/armoire though, as it can be a gift that truly will last a lifetime and can be passed down from one generation to the next if it's taken care of properly. While oak is the most popular wood for jewelry chest/armoires selections, you can also find them in beautiful cherry wood or1/4 sawn oak. Handmade jewelry chest also make for an extra unique gift and shows that you really gave it a lot of thought and consideration.


 You will also want to make sure to get a chest/armoire that has proper space and lining: Generally speaking, go for a chest with a suede type interior. Silk like or satin like fabrics may cause certain materials (like silver for example) to tarnish and jewelry clasps may knick and tear the fabrics. Velvet tends to wear out really quickly and is difficult to clean. Make sure the chest has the space and compartments for all types of jewelry. There should be removable holders or drawers. A hang area for necklaces or bracelets as well as ring rolls, watch cushions and pockets for any paper work.


Author Resource: Glenn Mast is a successful business owner of a couple websites that offer Amish Handcrafted Products. His sites offer products and information about Amish Made Products & decor for your home, lawn or garden.

http://www.amishbuiltlawndecor.com

http;//www.amishhandcraftedmetalwindchimes.com

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