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snuffbox

a container, often of elaborate ornamental design, for holding small quantities of snuff
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The 24 items available in the initial line are divided by character and reflect that person's personality And they have appeared on the popular CBS show, such as Eli Gold's Chinese zodiac figurines and Alicia Florrick's decorative boxes.
28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- U-Haul, the leader in the do-it-yourself moving and storage industry, today introduced decorative boxes specially designed for shipping gifts safely this holiday season.
Contemporary settings and short-of-space student rooms call for minimalist steel racks, floor standing towers, or just simple but decorative boxes.
Designers are also creating decorative boxes that come with removable labels consumers can hold onto long after they take their purchases home.
It has long been a favorite for making carpenters' tools and cutlery; decorative boxes are also made from rosewood.
It reported the fastest-growing categories in the home accessories segment are frames; tabletop gifts; vases, urns, pots; and decorative boxes and tins.
These decorative boxes come filled with love and fun activities for both people and dogs to enjoy.
Three different styles of suede-backed photo frames feature layers of handpierced metal, plated in 24K gold or platinum; two sizes of gold-plated brass lanterns are pierced by hand; decorative boxes are upholstered in Fortuny fabric.
Try using tins, baskets, or decorative boxes instead of paper.
Also amongst the newcomers will be Declan Keiley, based in Suffolk, with local pieces as well as selections from the Arts and Crafts and Deco periods, Steve Kember from Kent with fine musical boxes and smaller decorative boxes, Elizabeth Nicholson with fine silver and Dame Hilda from Gwent.
Some locations offer decorative boxes and expander packs that are suitable for mailing gifts.
Home textiles, including bed and kitchen linens, tablecloths, blankets and curtains, will dominate the product mix, along with household items like glassware, cutlery, decorative boxes, candles, picture frames and trays.