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Posted By: elpackaging
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2022
When you choose and use the jewelry boxes made out of wood, plastic or paper cardboard, your first consideration is whether the box can be combined for storage and protection. We offer all kinds of the paper jewelry box. Cufflinks are one of the jewelry in the jewelry series, we personalised cufflink storage box for it, each cardboard cufflink boxes is added to an adjustable insert that not only presents your cufflink in a visually appealing way but also offers optimal safety during transport.
Customize your Cufflink Boxes
Large cufflink storage box is produced in the most varied sizes and according to your wish in our factory from a buying quantity of over 500-1000 pieces. You can do a custom of sorts box types. Our some hot-sale boxes are offered for your reference:
Round box- The general design of engraved leather cufflink box is Heaven And Earth cover. The style is simple but popular.
Square/ rectangle box-The advantage of this box is that it is easy to produce and more acceptable to consumers. There is no doubt that this type is our customers’ nice choice.
Heart box- Heart-shaped engraved cufflinks and box are commonly used as Valentine's day and anniversary's gifts. Romantic and exquisite is the point of style of the box. Therefore, more attention is paid to details in production and design. And some sweet elements can be customized.
Drawer box- This types are in great demand, too. Adding ribbons and personalized design is a great choice as gift boxes.
Leather cardboard box- Luxury leather empty cufflink boxes is as elegant as they are practical. Leather mounted paper cardboard which is great quality and great touch. But the price would be higher than other, suitable for luxury cufflinks.
Today contact us and purchase leather designer cufflink box to make it uniquely yours or to give as a personalized gift!
There are many printing and packaging companies, but we are one of the best choices for you.
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