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Wonderful wooden treasure chest/
Printed on both sides with a beautiful design.
Can be painted or decorated to suit.
Dimensions: 13cm x 14cm x 10cm
Requires assembly before use - no glue or tools needed.
This is a beautiful MDF treasure chest with a living hinge (flexible) lid. Ideal for storing jewellery, small treasures and other items. The lid clips closed and also comes with a couple of different shaped 'keys' - although the keys do also hold the lid closed, they are largely decorative.
The treasure chest has on each side a design from one of our talented artists.
The chest is also ideal for decorating and pyrography. It can be painted, stained or varnished to your preference. The chest itself is supplied unfinished (i.e. unvarnished) to facilitate this. You can always just leave it as it is if you prefer the natural look.
Treasure chest dimensions:
Height: 140mm Width: 135mm Depth: 99mm
We have two sizes of treasure chest available; this is the larger size chest. This chest also comes with a ring box, the lid engraved with the same design as the treasure chest.
Ring box dimensions:
Height: 39mm Width: 39mm Depth: 39mm
The treasure chest is made out of 3mm MDF and comes flat packed - so it does require some assembly, although no tools are required. This is easy enough to do and the instructions are available online. Once assembled, the chest is fairly robust - although it should be stressed that this is not a toy.
As these chests are laser cut for a precision finish, they can arrive with a freshly cut 'smoky' aroma to them. Unfortunately, this charming scent does fade over time.
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