Vintage Griffin’s Roses and Carnations Tin

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This sweet 1960s Griffin’s New Zealand Roses and Carnations Biscuit tin is a hard one to let go. Covered in red, pink and white roses and carnations, it has a bold vintage vibe. There are also flowers printed around each of the edges of the tin. It is perfect for storing pencils, pens, textas and paints, or whatever takes your fancy.

It is quite a large tin so could also work well in the kitchen, for your children’s treasures, or for your jewellery and personal items.

On one end there is faded handwriting from a past owner who stored items in the tin. Further work with an alcohol rub may remove it completely. However I think it adds to the story.

There are some scratches but the surface is in good vintage condition and still very bright. The inside has typical patina for tins of this age. Lid comes completely off this tin with no hinges.

Measures 24 cm L 16 cm w and 6 cm high with lid on.

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This sweet 1960s Griffin’s New Zealand Roses and Carnations Biscuit tin is a hard one to let go. Covered in red, pink and white roses and carnations, it has a bold vintage vibe. There are also flowers printed around each of the edges of the tin. It is perfect for storing pencils, pens, textas and paints, or whatever takes your fancy.

It is quite a large tin so could also work well in the kitchen, for your children’s treasures, or for your jewellery and personal items.

On one end there is faded handwriting from a past owner who stored items in the tin. Further work with an alcohol rub may remove it completely. However I think it adds to the story.

There are some scratches but the surface is in good vintage condition and still very bright. The inside has typical patina for tins of this age. Lid comes completely off this tin with no hinges.

Measures 24 cm L 16 cm w and 6 cm high with lid on.

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