The puzzle container, personal secret container or trick container originated from the Hakone vicinity of Relevant Japan within the early Nineteenth century. Known as Himitsu-Bako these unique puzzle containers have been heavily adorned with traditional Jap parquetry patterns referred to as Yosegi-zaiku (parquetry is a technique we nonetheless use to create the lids of our personal Trees-Treasures puzzle containers). Puzzle containers have no obvious lock aside from the container itself, and only throughout the adjustment and manipulation of the outer items of each container it may also be opened or closed. A Trees Treasures finest vendor. This delicately handmade container is within the form of a barn owl with a parquetry lid usual in naturally colored, vibrant woods which has a different and interesting opening sequence. An comparatively cheap, unusual present that provides a secure and relaxed situation to store critical trinkets, jewellery or perhaps some spare exchange. The dimensions of this puzzle container are about 180mm x 100mm x 55mm deep or 7in x three.9in x 2.2in deep. Internal dimensions are about 85mm x 40mm x 15mm deep or three.3in x 1.6in x zero.6in deep. These dimensions are an estimated common, due to the undeniable fact that all our items are handcrafted these can also differ a bit from dimensions counseled.
- Hand-Crafted in the fashion of a Barn Owl.
- Finished with a historically crafted parquetry lid design.
- Uses secret locking mechanism to maintain valuables hidden away.
- Approximate Dimensions, 180mm lengthy x 100mm broad x 55mm deep
- Approximate Inside Dimensions, 85mm lengthy x 40mm broad x 15mm deep