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Art Deco 1920 Tin - 'Miner's Theatrical Cold Cream' Tin - Boudoir - Display - Fill With Stuff - Dresser Decoration - Retro Deco 'Since 1864'

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This theatrical tin with lid has great deco lettering as well as a great deco graphic. It was at one time filled with theatrical cold cream. You could fill it with anything! I think at one time it was a light blue and underneath Miner's in photo 4 is a very light impression of the words 'theatrical cold cream'. The graphic couldn't be anymore Deco! The perfect gift or collectible for a theater buff or actor. It is large, and held 8 oz of cold cream. It measures 4 1/8" in diameter and 1 1/4" high. Its a very 20s style and a great container to fill up with miscellaneous items on your dresser or in your bathroom.

I'm happy to ship outside the United States; please convo for a mailing charge.

Thanks for revitalizing and living in the retro style!


5 out of 5 stars


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Art Deco 1920 Tin - 'Miner's Theatrical Cold Cream' Tin - Boudoir - Display - Fill With Stuff - Dresser Decoration - Retro Deco 'Since 1864'

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  • Material: Metal
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