The Boudoir Box

Conceived in the form of a triptych, the portable “tabernacle” conveys Vernon’s philosophy of the boudoir – a ritual and sacred space dedicated to the sexual ceremony. The luxurious, leather bound, Italian hand-crafted jewel case is an interface for sensual exploration and contains over 30 Paradise Found Fine Erotic jewels and Jewel-Tools. The Boudoir Box measures 69 x 33 x 19 centimetres and a sterling silver locket keeps the collection under lock and key. The Boudoir Box is an exclusive collectors piece. It was initially designed in 2000 and served to transport and display Betony Vernon’s Paradise Found Fine Erotic jewelry and Jewel-Tool collections. Helmut Newton was scheduled to document its existence for The New York Times in 2004 but as a result of his fatal accident, the meeting was cancelled. The Boudoir Box has since become a mysterious object of desire seen by few. 

For the first time Betony Vernon unveils the Boudoir Box to the general public as part of the MEDUSA exhibition at the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art from 19 May - 5 November 2017.

Note: The Boudoir Box is produced in a numbered limited edition of 10. Custom Boudoir Boxes are available to order.

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Betony Vernon Boudoir Box - currently at the Musee d'arts modernes in Paris - bespoke appointment for bespoke box designs and fittings