Lidded Floral Porcelain Boxes (Set Of 12)
Now Only $19.99
She straightened a pressed cotton napkin and surveyed the small garden courtyard.
The centerpieces were impressive, yet not tall enough to impose upon conversation. Place cards had been triple-checked and second guessed. Each place setting was garnished with a darling floral box. She'd taken pride in choosing each one for her guests and knew the boxes would be just as treasured as the membership pins she'd packaged inside.
An ideal table favor or gift, tweleve petite boxes are the perfect size for luncheons, teas, book clubs, and Mother's Day.
Note: Bisque porcelain is a type of unglazd, white porcelain with a matte appearance and texture to the touch.
- Individually gift-boxed.
- Set of 12.
from Hewitt, New Jersey
February 9, 2015
These are very cute. But they are not as detailed as in the picture and the flowers are not as brightly painted. Besides all of this- what do I even use these for? My aunt sent the box set to me a year or so ago I believe as a birthday present but I have no idea what I am supposed to use them for!!!
from Santa Cruz, CA
July 19, 2017
The boxes are beautiful but very tiny. They can hold a ring and that's about it. Not for young children as they look like they can break easily. I will use them for stocking stuffers and for my girlfriends for a sweet little present.
from Wasilla, Alaska
April 19, 2016
We ordered these as a gift for our Mothers at the Mother's Day Tea. They are perfect to place in a napkin that is folded like a flower and placed on the plate.
May 9, 2016
I purchased these small lidded boxes to fill with small mints as part of a table setting at a ladies' tea at my church. They will fill the purpose for which I purchased them, although one of them was chipped. Also, the color on the flowers on several of them did not cover the entire flower. These flaws would have been a problem had I needed all 12 of them, but I will only be using 6.
from York, PA
October 31, 2015
Certainly worth the nominal cost but rather crudely made and no glaze