Trove Has a New Proposal: Ring Boxes
The jewelry box brand is expanding with both single and double ring boxes in red, mint green, and white.
The jewelry box brand is expanding with the launch of “Love Stories,” a capsule collection of ring boxes.
They are available in two styles, single or double, and three colors: royal red, mint green, and white.
The single ring box, called “Will You?”, is “the perfect home for a significant ring or set of earrings,” Trove said.
It retails for $178.
“We Do!”, the double box, is designed to fit two rings and is “an ideal accompaniment to the perfect union.” With a removable insert, it can be used for travel after the big day or as a place to keep one’s wedding vows.
It retails for $238.
The “Love Stories” ring boxes, like all Trove boxes, are wood with a high-gloss finish, gold-effect inlay, brass-plated hardware, and microsuede interior.
Melbourne, Australia-based designer Hannah Ward launched Trove in 2020, taking inspiration from antique and vintage jewelry boxes to create a jewelry box “as meaningful as the objects it holds.”
The boxes are designed in Melbourne and handcrafted in China using traditional lacquerware techniques.
The brand’s main collection comprises six colors and six styles, from the mini trunk up to the large jewelry tray.
Each Trove box is stamped with the brand’s signature gold hand on the interior and exterior.
They are sold online as well as through independent retailers.
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