Vintage Metal Lunch Box - 1920's Sectioned Box - Chippy Green and Gold with Leather Handle
In the 1920's this is how you carried your lunch - in a divided metal box with latch closures and a leather handle. How very stylish.
In just three years this metal lunch box will celebrate its 100th birthday. Just like all captivating centenarians, it has experienced decades of adventures evident in the chippy patina, the artistically weathered rust patches and the intriguingly discreet scratched in name of its previous owner, John P.
- Working latch
- Leather handle
- Secure fit
- Weathered patina
In fully functioning shape, the latch operates smoothly, the lid fits securely, and the leather handle is in strong condition. Just the right amount of scratch marks and light rust to give this guy a century's worth of unique character.
Measures 8.75" inches (length) x 6.5" inches (width) x 2.75" inches (height). Interior compartment divides into two sections - one measuring 3.5" inches (width) and the other measuring 2.75" inches (width).
Holding onto lunch doesn't have to be this box's sole purpose. Use it for storage and organization for all sorts of life's little odds and ends from craft supplies to tools, garden seeds to spare change. The divided compartment makes for very accommodating situations.