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From a Bracelet Fastener to an Elephant Ring Dish, Here’s Some Cool Stuff for Your Store

The cheese board and knives by Stephen Webster are not to be missed.

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Mouse in the House

There are many cheese boards in the world, but none quite as distinguished as this stunning mouse-themed set from renowned jeweler Stephen Webster. This is a mouse you’ll be glad to see in your cupboard.

$4,600

stephenwebster.com

Triple Decker

A beautiful ring box with the space to hold an entire three-ring wedding set! Made with luxurious velvet and grosgrain ribbon. Monogram available.

$74.99

thefamilyjoolz.com

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Pixie Perfect

The Bracelet Fastener from Fairy Fastener is exactly what you’re hoping it’ll be: an ergonomically weighted, ingeniously designed answer to the eternal question of how on earth anyone is supposed to fasten a bracelet clasp without help.

$19.95

fairyfastener.com

Twinkle Tunes

Give your jewels the home they deserve: this handmade Italian inlaid musical jewelry box will organize your treasures with the utmost luxury. Designed by Hedy Kegan for Splendid Music Box.

$449

splendidmusicbox.com

Elephantastic

Petite, pretty, and too precious for words, this painted pachyderm is perfectly poised to protect any pieces you place in its charge. With a gentle gleam of gold and teeny tiny trunk, this elephantine dish would brighten up any shelf or nightstand.

$14

thepaintedpress.etsy.com

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