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WBC’s extensive range of wholesale gift boxes includes luxury wooden boxes, quality rigid boxes, card gift boxes and faux leather boxes. For food retailers the range includes deli cartons, cupcake boxes with windows. Personalising our gift boxes couldn’t be easier with WBC’s branding service.
Wholesale Jewellery Boxes. Presentation is incredibly important. Our range of stylish wholesale jewellery boxes are designed to showcase your jewellery at their best, and set your products apart from the crowd. Jewellery World offers a huge range of wholesale bracelet boxes, cufflink boxes, earring boxes and more.
Wholesale Gift Boxes. We have seen a huge increase in sales of our wholesale gift boxes in recent years, due to the explosion of online retailing and the need to send goods through the post. Online traders are looking to package their products in order to add perceived value and protect them during transit.
The no nail plywood box is a unique patented, versatile timber packaging system that requires no nailing or stapling. They’ve been made from 4 or 5 mm plywood, prefabricated and sewn together with cold rolled annealed steel. The lightweight, space-saving design dramatically reduces freight costs when compared to traditional wooden boxes and alternative timber packaging.
We Provide Quality and Unique Designs of Kraft Boxes Wholesale Along With On Time Delivery. Kraft boxes wholesale are also accessible at Go Custom Boxes. You can get Kraft packaging wholesale printed in any color theme that you wish to. If you are looking forward to using it as a gift box, then you can get a message printed on it as well.
Wooden watch boxes All of our watch boxes are made of wood. Some are covered in high-quality faux leather on the outside. Plain wooden watch cases are a personal favourite thanks to their classic look. The watch boxes made of ash wood and Mappa Burl are especially gorgeous.
Fairground showmen John Farrar and Albert Corrigan became partners during WWII making basic ammo boxes and apple crates for the armed forces and farmers, supplying the country with food rations. In 2001 John Farrar passed away aged 100 years, and whilst clearing out his home in Sheffield, we came across a few of the original apple crates and the basic tools and drawings used to make these crates.