Circa 1915, with Art Deco graphics, antique tin that once held Richard Hudnut's Three Flowers fragrance dusting powder. The tin measures 2&3/4 inches tall, by 5 inches in diameter. There is some wear, especially to the gold trim around the lid's edge. As you can see in the photos, other than that, the tin is in amazingly good condition, with bright, unfaded colors, for its 100 years of age. No dents, and is a difficult piece to find with the original lid. Inside, there is a huge, soft, white powder puff. I don't know if it's original to the tin, but looks like it belongs. Note that this is ALL tin with lithograph imagesand lettering. Not tin with a paper label. Insurance is included for domestic, priority shipping
The Three Flowers fragrance was introduced in 1915, by the Richard Hudnut Company, New York, and Paris, France. His products were sold primarily at upscale department stores. Sales were strictly regulated by Hudnut in order to keep them expensive, and appealing to the upper classes.
I currently have other cosmetic, powder room and vanity items in my shop, including other Three Flowers, and am happy to combine shipping. To see them all, type, "vanity", or "Three Flowers", in the California Girls search box at the top of the page.
If you are ordering more than 1 item from my shop, wait to pay until I send back an invoice with the combined shipping discount.