Vintage jewelry boxes have long been a staple of art and fashion, but a recent development has put a Chinese and a Indian stamp on them.
As reported by the Financial Times, a Chinese artisans have been creating a box to hold vintage jewelry from China and India.
The box is filled with a variety of vintage jewelry and accessories.
The design is inspired by traditional Chinese and Hindu artisans, the paper reported.
The Chinese artist used a traditional design from a piece of Hindu sculpture to make the box.
He also included an ornate gold ring for a decoration.
The piece is handmade by the artist and is in the process of being exhibited in a museum in Beijing, according to the article.
The jewelry box is also being sold in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan, according the paper.
The paper said the box, which is only available in China, was purchased at a show of Chinese antique furniture.