Crafted in a fashion that seems to exude magickal and occult intent, this wooden chest is certainly one of the most distinctive to come through our doors, with little wonder as to why it was named for the town of Witches. Painted with a black finish, the chest is decorated with numerous metal accents that are riveted into its sides, providing a sort of border along its base. Its lid however, similarly accented with metal borders and rivets, is what makes it so distinctive. It has been pieced together in a pyramid shape, with a flat top, with each of its five sides further accented by a glistening metal pentagram. Not only does this shape hollow, allowing you to place more within the confines of the chest, but the shape is one that is powerful for channeling energy and magick, allowing you to help charge those items within with magickal energies or otherwise aid in your ritual magick. As such, it is a wonderful place for storing your herbs, gems, tarot decks, and other such ritual items on your altar. The whole box measures approximately 7 1/2" wide, 4 2/3" deep, and 5" high. With a metal latch for holding the lid closed, or even locking it, the internal compartment measures 5 3/4" wide, 3 1/2" deep, and 1 1/4" high, not including the cavity provided within the pyramid shaped lid that can help items such as tarot decks fit within.