A New York City jewelry box wood found in a Franklin’s gem store is one of the most expensive items ever sold.
The gem box wood was found in the Franklin’s store in East Harlem.
It is valued at $3 million.
The box wood is about six feet tall and weighs about 25 pounds, according to the New York Post.
It was found during a search by the New Jersey State Police on May 14.
The tree was found with its trunk cut and its limbs attached.
The state police said the tree is in a protected habitat.
They have not yet found a source of water for the tree.
The Franklin’s employees, who are from the Philippines, told the Post they were stunned to see the wood, which was cut from a tree in New Jersey, the Post reported.
Franklin’s, which is part of the Franklin family jewelry brand, said in a statement the tree has a long history of service in the store and is one with a deep personal connection to the store.
Franklin is committed to making its customers feel at home in our store and its services. “
The tree has long served our customers as a gift and gift recipient.
Franklin is committed to making its customers feel at home in our store and its services.
The family continues to work closely with our suppliers to ensure our customers are comfortable and at ease while at the Franklin store,” the company said.
The post has not yet been updated.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation said it has inspected the tree, but did not find any problems with the tree’s water source.
The department said it would conduct a post-surgical inspection.