Camel Single Hump Trinket Box
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Camel Single Hump Trinket Box
Hand sculpted & enamelled this high quality, jewelled Camel Single Hump trinket box is a part of deva Australia’s large range of ornate animal figurines, which are hand cast in metal to create exquisite trinket boxes, inspired by Fabergé style trinket boxes. Each deva Australia collectable trinket box, is skilfully sculpted to bring out life like characteristics. Hand painted fine enamels that mimic natures exquisite and vibrant palette; artistically hand-set Austrian Crystal embellishments and 18 K gold or silver plated trims, finish each piece to make it a treasured collectible or keepsake. The Camel Single Hump trinket box is part of our range of Australiana animals series. It is a distinctive animal of the Australian Outback.
The Camel Single Hump Trinket Box has a hinged opening and a secure magnetic closure. Great for storing small mementos; special messages; fine jewellery charms & nic nacs. The Camel Single Hump trinket box would be great to display as a bejewelled trinket figurine. This beautifully crafted Single Humped Camel trinket box makes a great Australian souvenir
9.5 (L) x 2.5 (W) x 7 (H) cms
PACKAGING Elegant gift box with satin lining [SAMPLE BELOW]
The camel (Gimel) is a "ship of the desert" and is connected with the High Priestess because she too is an island of bounty and transports her abundance of knowledge in the deserts of disillusion and ignorance.
There are about 750,000 roaming wild in the Australian outback. Camels were imported to Australia in the 19th century from Arabia, India and Afghanistan for transport and heavy work in the outback.
The humps function the same way—storing fat which can be converted to energy when food/water or sustenance is not available. Whilst humans can go without water for at best 3 -5 days .... camels can do so up to 6 or 7 MONTHS using the food stored in their hump !!
Trinket Box History & Technique
Trinket box is the modern day derivative of Limoges Box. Tracing back to the 18th century, when it became a noble collectible for some of the most prestigious royalties. The boxes were originally used to send love poems, engagement rings, jewellery and other special trinkets between lovers and friends.
The technique of making jewelled trinkets is complex and involves repeated applications and firings to create the intricate details and depth of the colour for each design. It is baked, polished and plated with gold or silver trims and finished with hand set crystals for a dazzling accent to the enamel.
deva Australia also offers Bespoke design & development of trinket box figurines with a minimum order quantity of 100 pieces, which can be used as Wedding Bomboniere, Corporate Gifts, Promotion, Charities Fundraising, Team Mascots and Award Trophies.
Treasured Trinket boxes by deva AUSTRALIA are of the highest quality & craftsmanship. They make charming gifts, for special occasions or simply to brighten someone's day!
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