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With jewelry sales on the rise, furniture makers see an opportunity to roll out a new piece of furniture: the massive jewelry armoire

By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan WSJ 08/25/05

Butler Specialty Co. features nearly three-foot-tall armoires, with drawers specifically built to hold rings, bracelets and earrings, as well as hooks for scarves and necklaces. It tested the waters three years ago by introducing a vanity with a few felt-lined drawers for rings and earrings, and when the piece sold well, it designed an armoire just to hold jewelry. Sales of jewelry increased by about 5% last year, according to Accessories, a trade publication.

Picture of a very large, beautifully painted jewelry armoire that sells for $1399.00

Some options:
  • Butler Specialty Co. has a $1,399 wooden jewelry armoire in its Artistsí Originals Collection that is 34.5 inches high, comes in a cream, handpainted finish featuring bird scenes and has seven felt-lined drawers, as well as necklace/scarf hooks on its doors. (Go to Butlerspecialty.net for a store locator.)
  • Lexington Home Brands has a $2,385, wooden "jewelry/personal organizer" in its Liz Claiborne Home line thatís 71 inches high, comes in pale sage with a handpainted floral motif, and has five velvet-lined drawers for rings and earrings as well as hooks on the back of the door for necklaces. (Look at Lexington.com.)
  • Bombay Furniture Co. is offering a 39-inch-high, wooden "Thames jewelry wardrobe" with antique brass hardware and mahogany finish. It has six felt-lined drawers and hooks on the doors for hanging necklaces ($299 at Bombaycompany.com).

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