Miniportrait Jewelry Boxes Will Hold Your Favorite Things
Most of us have a few go-to pieces of jewelry that we wear on the daily, whether it’s a favorite necklace or pair of earrings. Keeping them in an easily accessible spot saves time when getting ready and having a safe place to store them is essential so they stay protected. Designed by Ilaria Innocenti and Giorgio Laboratore of Studio Lido, the Portego Miniportrait jewelry boxes are perfectly sized to hold your most important pieces or special objects.
Miniportrait comes in two shapes, each with a fan pleated design on the lid, and an underside outfitted with a mirror. The round design acts as a hand mirror while the oval version’s can be positioned vertically within a small pocket in the base to work as a table mirror. The lids contain magnets to stay securely in place until you’re ready to remove it.
The Miniportrait Oval Jewelry Box and the Miniportrait Round Jewelry Box are hand-made and hand-finished to provide a velvety touch. They come in four colors: Natural wood, Coral, Gray and Blue.
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