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Halcyon Days Enamels Telephone Box Bonbonniere

The traditional British telephone box, synonymous with British culture, was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott on behalf of the General Post Office in the 1920s and went into general production in 1935 for King George V's Silver Jubilee. This iconic piece of British heritage has been re-imagined and handcrafted to produce a beautiful bonbonniere; this stunning enameled gift is destined to be be treasured forever and coveted by future collectors. The perfect gift for any avid Anglophile.
Details

  • Hand-painted fine bone china.
  • Approximately 1.5"W x 1.75"D x 3.625"T.
  • Made in England.

Designer

About Halcyon Days Enamels:
The Halcyon Days shop opened in London's Mayfair in 1950, and its Halcyon Days Enamels debuted 20 years later, singlehandedly reviving the nearly lost English art of enameling on copper. Halcyon Days Enamels keepsake boxes, featuring hand enameling and hand painting, are prized by collectors worldwide as modern heirlooms.

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Halcyon Days Enamels

Telephone Box Bonbonniere

HCF15_H7CVL

 

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