The best luxury jewellery boxes for your owner’s suite
by Zoe Dickens
Got a collection of contemporary fine jewels for cocktail hour or sea-inspired cufflinks you like to keep on board? Then you’re going to need a great jewellery box to store them in. Scroll down to see our pick of the best finely crafted and design-led cases around.
Lover's bespoke jewellery box by Jessica McCormack
Created by restoring antique Regency-era boxes, Jessica McCormack's beautiful jewellery box can be personalised by Hand & Lock with embroidered symbols, quotes and other meaningful decorations to be treasured forever.
Bespoke jewellery box, POA, Jessica McCormack
Circus jewellery box by Linley
Taking more than 100 man hours to create, this playful jewellery box by Linley is the ideal for adding personality to your master cabin. The circus-inspired box is crafted in dyed Bolivar and finished with mother-of-pearl inlays, its lockable lid makes it perfect for storing precious items.
Circus jewellery box, £9,995, Linley
Leigh jewellery box by Asprey
Upholstered in bright blue chèvre leather, Asprey’s portable jewellery box features a soft velvet lining, removable shelf with cushion compartment and palladium lock for extra security.
Leigh leather jewellery box, £1,200, Asprey
Beauvais box by Aerin
Upholstered in ocean-inspired azure suede, this elegant jewellery box by Aerin is finished with gold-toned brass hardware for an elegant addition to your dressing table.
Beauvais jewellery box, £625, Aerin at Harrods
The Watchmaker by Glyn Peter Machin
If you need something a little more multi-functional then Glyn Peter Machin's The Watchmaker box is sure to meet all your requirements. Housed inside a colourful, intricate marquetry exterior is a plush interior with space for two watches and a whole wardrobe of fine jewels.
The Watchmaker, POA, Glyn Peter Machin