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Vintage Brass Trinket / Cricket Box (c.1970s) -
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Vintage Brass Trinket / Cricket Box (c.1970s)

$ 28.00

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Enjoy the sound of crickets and have good luck all year long with this brass cricket box!

Well, okay, so maybe you don't really want to keep a cricket it the cage - but the box is useful for other things, too! Use this brass box to hold your tiny treasures and trinkets, or even pieces of jewelry. Use the box in your shop, studio, or office to hold small supplies. Place the brass box in a bathroom to hold cotton balls and other small items. Open the lid, then place several small shot-glasses into the box, fill the glasses with water and your favorite fresh cut flowers - a unique vase, perfect for a windowsill. So many clever uses!

This brass trinket box is in very good vintage condition. The brass has an aged patina, as shown. The inside of the box is very clean. the handle is a little loose on one side. The latch and hinges work perfectly. There are small surface scratches in the brass from years of use. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.

- 1 Brass Trinket / Cricket Box with Handle (as shown)

- Product Material: Metal, Brass
- Product Color: Brass
- Product Dimensions: 5-1/2" x 4" x 3" tall


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