Chestnut.
Box painted with varnish stained in a uniform chestnut color. The recommended option is varnishing with an odorless acrylic varnish, which removes the smell of varnish, which disappears after a few days
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Oak – A box painted with natural, water-colored oak stain. The stain itself is highly absorbent, it leaves a natural wood smell, a box that feels like natural wood.
Waxing is among the selection options. Supported by experience, we recommend waxing based on natural coloring beeswax.
Wax perfectly highlights the natural structure of wood and engraving, giving it a unique character and individuality, the box becomes more pleasant to the touch.
Despite the efforts, pay attention to the wax residue inside, there have been cases that there will be a thicker layer in the middle of the box that can color the pictures.
It is worth wiping the received box with a dry cloth. Light (first photo) and dark (second photo) engraving available.

Vintage – The box painted in this color is the most diverse, because as the name suggests, it has the character of a damaged box, proverbially tarnished by time.
Absolutely no box will be painted in the same way. You can choose whether they want a homogeneous structure, with discoloration (spots) or abrasions on the edges and the whole structure.
Here, also supported by experience, we recommend a uniform structure with delicate abrasions, because the box looks extremely unique and individual. Vintage paint is a water paint, it has a very pleasant smell.

Pine – A box painted with natural, water stain in a light pine color. The color subtly emphasizes the nature of the wood. Varnishing gives a pleasant touch, semi-matt gloss.

White – A box painted with white paint.
The paint is non-invasive and applied with a delicate layer through which the wood structure can be seen. The color is especially recommended for occasional boxes, Holy Communion, etc.
We recommend waxing, which makes the box more resistant to dirt.