Reflect your style, while decorating your home with our selection of unique trinket boxes. These eye-catching decorative accents are the perfect place to house your small, treasured keepsakes.
This resin trinket box is hand-finished to resemble the look of antique hammered steel. It features a lid fashioned to look like the Viking symbol of Thor’s hammer, while the sides are decorated with mighty runes exclaiming “A blessing on this hammer.”
This keepsake trinket box depicts the epic tale of St. George defeating a powerful dragon. Made of cold cast resin which has been metalized for an antique bronze finish.
This cold cast resin trinket box has been hand finished with metallic paints, giving it a life-like appearance of the thorny eye of a little dragon.
This detailed trinket box is hand-crafted from wood and features a Velveteen lining inside. Celtic knot work. Measures 5" x 5" x 2-1/4" overall.
This Green Man box is covered in a printed satin with woodland graphics and an image of the legendary Celtic character. Small mirror attached inside to the lid for a quick look-see. Measures 7" x 4" x 2-1/2".
This medieval shield box is made of resin then hand painted. The quartered coat-of-arms on top is complemented by a Gothic-styled base. Measures 6-1/8” long, 4" wide, 2" tall.
This elaborate "bone" box features edges that are trimmed in a scrolled brass. Intricate brass latch and hinges. Interior lined in a soft brushed fabric. Genuine natural horn product. Measures 5-3/4" x 3-3/4" x 1-1/2".
This small trinket box is made of resin and hand painted. Sports the coat of arms of England on the top, while the sides are elaborately decorated. Overall 4-1/8” in diameter and 2-1/8” tall.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Dragon Chest Trinket Box
I got this as a gift for my wife and she loves it. Fantastic quality and very nice detail on the whole piece!
Reviewed by: Lane, September 13, 2019
Review of: Coat of Arms Trinket Box
Very nice, good quality, it will look good on my dresser and be handy as well.
Reviewed by: Robert, December 10, 2016