Blue Q Random Crap Cigar Box

January 12, 2014 - Comment

This handy tin storage box is a keeper. Part of our series of vintage-inspired tin boxes, the construction faithfully replicates a 1920’s cigar box. We recreated the stamping dies with the original flat edges and used a soft matte finish. Includes a handsome parchment liner and bracket to prop open the lid. Great for storing

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This handy tin storage box is a keeper. Part of our series of vintage-inspired tin boxes, the construction faithfully replicates a 1920’s cigar box. We recreated the stamping dies with the original flat edges and used a soft matte finish. Includes a handsome parchment liner and bracket to prop open the lid. Great for storing pens and pencils, envelopes and stamps, make-up paper clips, jewelry, change, snacks, meds, diamonds you decide.

Product Features

  • Covered in vintage Chinese packaging art a la Blue Q, 7.25″ x 5.5″ x 3.5″
  • Features vintage Chinese packaging art that’s been “decontextualized” (to say the least)
  • We recreated the stamping dies with the original flat edges and used a soft matte finish
  • Perfect for storing gum, paper clips, earrings, change, snacks, meds, even diamonds
  • The perfect cozy spot for all that stuff that everyone keeps saying, dude, you should really put all that crap in a “special place”

Comments

Catrinka says:

Finally…a spot for my random crap Can I assume that we all have a junk drawer? I hope so, or otherwise this review is going to make me sound like some sort of hoarder…and a messy hoarder at that.I started many, many years ago with a well-organized junk drawer in the kitchen. That drawer reproduced, seemingly overnight, and we now have junk drawers in the laundry room, master bathroom, and my studio. You would think that with such an abundance of junk drawers, that we’d at least have all of our random crap…

Ronald C. Hoopes "Ron Hoopes" says:

Genius in a box At first glance it looks like a kitschy box found in China town. But upon closer evaluation, one notices the honesty and genius of the box. I have a drawer full of random crap (not literally but figuratively), and I wanted a box to aid in the organization of that drawer. I was trying to justify the expense when I realized that I had a white elephant gift exchange party coming up. The plan was to buy the box under the guise of a white elephant gift. Ultimately, I was able to come home with the…

V. Matthews "Koalacub" says:

WOW! 0

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