Churchill's Silver Art Deco (Georgina) Tin with Belgian Chocolate Biscuits 300 g
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- Great gift
- Suitable for vegetarians and uses natural ingredients
- Tin can be re-used
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This art-deco tin is inspired by Carlos Asemundis powerful painting. Depicting a tall shapely woman dressed in a slinky black gown. Her diaphanous silver wrap studded with beautifully embossed tiny stars. Emerging from behind folds of curtaining is a recumbent tiger who looks directly at the observer. The fuchsia wall behind him patterned with a classic art nouveau design. This stunning embossed tin is a must for all lovers of the Art-nouveau/Art-Deco period.
Wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oils, chocolate chips (14%) [sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soya lecithin, flavouring: natural vanilla], reduced fat cocoa powder, invert sugar syrup, skimmed milk powder, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate, acid sodium pyrophosphate), salt, natural flavouring.See all Product Description
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All I can say is nice tin, shame about the content. My advice is don't buy this item.
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PLease see other reviews of these tins- great presents-contents fine but tins lovelyPublished 9 days ago by Furry Ferret
Lovely biscuits and the tin really pretty, and will come in handy.Published 9 months ago by Lesley Brown