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Vintage Tin Box Sewing Box or Picnic Basket with Flowers Pansies Cottage Chic Decor

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This wonderful vintage tin box, in black with colorful flowers, would make a great little picnic basket, sewing box, or storage container. The tin is round with two handles that move on hinges. The lid is tight and has the same pattern as the rest of the tin--black background with pansies in yellow, blue, and purple, tied with a pinkish bow.

The tin is in fair condition--still bright but with a some rust (especially on the handles) and an overall roughness on the lid. But the lid is still tight and the tin undented--a perfect piece for your cottage chic decor.

Size: 8 5/8 inches across x 4 3/4 inches tall (22 x 12 cm)

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Vintage Tin Box Sewing Box or Picnic Basket with Flowers Pansies Cottage Chic Decor


  • Vintage item
  • Material: tin
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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