Luxor Box Best of the Best Special Edition Box Review
In addition to their bi-monthly subscription box, Luxor box also does Limited Edition boxes. This review is for the Special Edition “Best of the Best” Box. (No longer available).
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
Everything in this box usually comes in its own packaging so it’s great for gifts. Here are the items out of the packaging:
FYI this box is no longer available for sale, but here are the box details:
The Box: Special Edition “Best of the Best” Box?
The Cost: $375 to the US, $395 to Canada
The Products: A luxurious gifts box including over $800 worth of items.
Each box comes with individual info cards per item, and some of the brands include coupon codes as well.
Now, on to the items!
Tilo Mid Summer Floral Scarf – Value $175
This scarf comes in its own silver bag to protect it. (And it’s a delicate fabric, so you’ll want to keep this for storage.)
The fabric is 60% cashmere, 40% silk – which explains the $175 price tag! (And the material feels so soft and luxe.)
Here is a better look at the print:
Again, it’s a very lightweight/sheer fabric – you can see the individual threads. It’s such a well-made piece! And the perfect weight for summer. (I’m a little worried about snags, though!)
I normally don’t wear scarves in the summer, so now I’m trying to think of how to style it. Any suggestions? My current plan is a white top and jeans. (Not too creative, but a classic look!)
Halycon Days Agama Black & Gold Watch – Value $295
Halycon Days bracelets are always popular when they show up in Luxor Box, but this is the first time they sent a watch!
As always, the packaging is lovely! This box is even more substantial than the bracelet boxes as it flips open:
And here is a closer look at the watch:
The pattern on the band is subtly incorporated into the watch face as well – it’s a beautiful detail. And I love all the gold.
The band is black enamel fill with gold plated casing.
It fits loose on my wrist and has more of a bracelet style look:
This would be lovely stacked with some bracelets, too.
I didn’t know Halycon Days made candles! What a nice surprise!
The pattern is inspired by the deer antlers which hung in the domed ceiling of Gordon Castle. And the vessel is English Fine Bone China.
The scent is described as lavender, but I don’t really detect the lavender floral scent. It’s light and powdery – and the scent isn’t too strong either.
Mottahedah Blue Canton Soap Dish Set – Value $75
More gorgeous packaging! Luxor Box is one of those subscriptions where each of the individual items is always ready to gift on its own!
And look how lovely everything is packaged when you open the box, too. This just screams hostess gift to me!
Inside there are 3 soaps and a soap dish.
The soaps are very fragrant – they have notes of “blooming rose, jasmine and tart cassis with the richness of fleshy Damascus plum and white peach. A base of golden sandalwood and liquid amber completes this unique blend.”
And the soaps fit perfectly with this soap dish:
This soap dish is porcelain, with the classic Blue Canton design.
This would be lovely in a powder room. I tend to go for minimal scents with hand soaps, so I may end up gifting this.
Rose et Marius Casteu Gold Limited Edition Tumbler – Value $225
This tumbler is a rare Limited Edition – only 300 were made. (Each one is numbered on the bottom.)
And each tumbler comes with a certificate of authenticity:
This tumbler can be used with their refillable candles and/or diffusers. (They cast a beautiful glow with a lit candle inside.)
Here is a better look at the gold detail work. Gorgeous!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $849. I think that’s great for a $375 box – especially since they spoiled both the watch and the tumbler beforehand. Also – no filler items! Everything in this box is luxe and special on its own.
This is a very pricey box, but I feel like Luxor Box stuck to the brands they know their subscribers loved and sent very special giftable items. Between that and spoiling two of the most expensive items, I’m thinking most people who bought the box will be happy with the purchase.
What do you think of the Special Edition “Best of the Best” Box?