Reboux V2 - Cat Trinket Box
A cat gets comfortable in a hat box. The box is labeled with the name of the fictional shop “Fanny Fanshaw’s Frivolities,” and the purpose of the item within: “Nelly’s Wedding.” An engaging little mouse seems to welcome us to this scene.
On the interior is a winged sandal and the carving “Crete,” for a Greek island. Since Greece now uses the Euro as currency, the Euro symbol is found to the right of the sandal. This box figurine takes its name from Caroline Reboux, who in the mid-1800’s came on the fashion scene as the first important name in the history of millinery. David Lawrence's acorn is hidden in the pattern on the box.
2.1" wide, 2.1" long, 2.2" high
In-house stock photographs - As with any hand-tinted product, item received will be similar but unique.