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Design Scout: Jewelry Storage
Whether you want them tucked away or on display, here are five ways to store your beads and baubles. By Sarah Zlotnick
Comments () | Published April 28, 2010
Henri Bendel Lacquer Jewelry Box
Uptown luxe meets style savvy in this whimsical, suede-lined container. The wood-veneer casing is decorated with the signature stripes of Henri Bendel, the legendary New York luxury retailer, and there’s even a lock-and-key option for extra security. Consider this piece a one-time indulgence you’ll pass down to your grandchildren.
$298 at henribendel.com

Astrology Hand
A nearly ten-inch ceramic jewelry hand perfect for showcasing statement cocktail rings . . . and predicting the future.
$18 at urbanoutfitters.com
Antique China Jewelry Stand
The Etsy vendor team Wendy and Andrea Ho cater to Alice in Wonderland fans with their one-of-kind display stands. Each unique piece is comprised of three or four vintage cups and saucers, which are drilled with holes to hang earrings from. The magnetic topper can be removed in order to stack rings on the center pole.
$70 to $100 at etsy.com
Jewelry Display Frames
A trio of distressed white frames transforms earrings, necklaces, and bracelets into wall art worth looking at. It even leaves room for clipping postcards and pictures on the sides.
$29 to $39 at potterybarn.com
Molecule Dish
Though this dish is sold with spices in mind, we can’t help but think the bone-china plate would look absolutely lovely atop a bedroom dresser or vanity table.
$48 at merchant4.com

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