Any one of the fine Wiccan trinket boxes that you will find here can perform any number of tasks. First and foremost, these Wiccan boxes are great for storing away little trinkets, keepsakes, or jewelry. Beyond that, they all feature a stunning level of detail and design, so they are also unique home decor pieces for any to add and enjoy as a part of their decorating scheme. Our selection of Wiccan jewelry and trinket boxes comes in a wide variety of shapes and styles, too, ensuring that no matter your interest in the occult or in witchcraft, we have a box that will suit your need and your taste. For the iconic and classic witch enthusiast, we offer a number of occult style boxes, often emblazoned with bright colors and guarded by classic familiars and witchy anima companions, like black cats and owls. Some take the form of warded boxes, and a few even look like stacks of spell books that cleverly conceal a hidden container. Some of the more Wiccan designs more resemble tombs or locked chests, all touched with classic Wiccan symbols like the pentagram or the moon. All, however, bring a touch of intriguing style and design to your home, while also adding the convenience of a cleverly concealed little space that is perfect for organizing small trinkets, storing away personal treasures, or even keeping your little ritual components all safely contained! We also offer a selection of beautiful tarot card boxes. So if you are a practitioner of Wicca or even just have a casual interest and enthusiasm for traditional witchcraft, then you will find that these Wiccan trinket boxes are all right up your alley and perfectly suited for bringing some bewitching style to your home decor!
Black Cat with Pentagram Trinket Box
item # CC10673
Featuring a gorgeous design by Lisa Parker, the Black Cat with Pentagram Trinket Box makes a great collectible for fans of fantasy artwork. The cat sits on the pentagram design, which is joined with a crescent moon and ivy details.
Etched Salem Witch Skull and Mouse Box
item # CC9850
The Salem Witch Trials culminated in the deaths of twenty people who were accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. The Etched Salem Witch Skull and Mouse Box commemorates these deaths with a mouse holding a chain on a skull.