Charming chrome plated biscuit barrel dating from the 40s or 50s with top handle that lifts the hinged lid, featuring a mesh filigree body with engraved ‘Biscuits’ to the front.
Charming chrome plated biscuit barrel dating from the 40s or 50s with top handle that lifts the hinged lid, featuring a mesh filigree body with engraved ‘Biscuits’ to the front. Three metal feet and tin liner which is showing a bit of age related wear. DIameter measures approx 5” , stands 4½” high, plus 4” handle.
Now who else remembers that famous "Tarquin Fin-tim-lin-bin-whin-bim-lim-bus-stop-F'tang-F'tang-Olé Biscuitbarrel" Monty Python sketch that we can't get out of our heads?
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