A report on Sewing needle and Decorative box

A sewing needle
18th-century German gold and mother of pearl snuff box
Needles used for hand sewing
Chinese mother of pearl lacquer box with peony decor Ming Dynasty
Thread through the eye of a No.5 sharp needle
Elizabeth E Copeland (1866–1957) covered box, circa 1915 metalwork, silver and cloisonné, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
<Center> Magdalenian, Gourdan-Polignan France - Muséum of Toulouse
A jewel box lined with red velvet
Bone sewing needle, Early Neolithic period, Xinglongwa Culture
Snuff box with a miniature portrait of King Léopold II from the collection of the King Baudouin Foundation
Tibetan needle-case
Coffin-shaped snuff box made from sheet copper, raised, tinned inside and engraved. 1792, Victoria and Albert Museum
Metal container for pins from the second half of the 20th century. From the Museo del Objeto del Objeto collection

Sewing needles may also be kept in an étui, a small box that held needles and other items such as scissors, pencils and tweezers.

- Sewing needle

It is usually fitted with a tray divided into many small compartments for needles, reels of silk and cotton, and other necessaries for stitchery.

- Decorative box
A sewing needle

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19th-century needlecase of bone, lead, wood, glass pearls, amber, leather, bronze, and iron. Nivkh or Evenki people, Amur River basin, Russia.

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19th-century needlecase of bone, lead, wood, glass pearls, amber, leather, bronze, and iron. Nivkh or Evenki people, Amur River basin, Russia.

A needlecase or needle case is a small, often decorative, holder for sewing needles.

Needlecases are sometimes called by the French name étui and are typically one of the tools attached to a chatelaine.