As groovy and chick as it gets, and best of all it is (completely original) and from the year 1968. This lunchbox was the decoupage creation from the mind of a 14 year old flower girl who lived in Greenwich Village with her interior decorating parents, as you can see by the photographs provided this lunchbox reflects culture, mind and interest of this young lady who digged Tiny Tim, Twiggy, Laugh-In, Mini Skirts and anything that socked it to ‘em…the establishment. Having parents as professional decorators for the clientele of New York’s elite, her artwork certainly was richly influenced with structure and style. The metal lunchbox was once lined in hot pink felt which shows ghostly remnants of its use and past. As groovy as it gets and still functional for that Sunbeam bread deviled ham sandwich, General Mills Whistles and a bag of Fritos topped off with a sugar free Tab.
10' inches in length 8' inches tall and nearly 5' inches wide.