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Small and fine! This handy tea caddy is ideal for storing approx. 100g of your favourite tea. The selection of various high-quality tea varieties is huge. This tin box is just right for stylish storage. With the dimensions 7.5 x 7.5 x 9.5 cm, the tin is pleasantly handy and offers space for approx. 100g Loose Tea Of course, tea bags can also be stored in it. Approximately 20 tea bags can be conveniently stored in it. The tin is made from durable, clean sheet steel. The beautiful motif is embossed on several levels and is thus highlighted in three dimensions. This not only ensures stability, the embossing also sets the design in the spotlight. The elegant matte varnish gives the final touch. So the tin is at the same time hard to take and a real eye-catcher - just the thing for a box that you hold in your hand every day. The many colourful nostalgic art tins are particularly popular as gift ideas, because you and your loved ones have something of them for a long time. Combined with a high-quality tea, the tin makes the ideal gift for tea lovers. Look forward to the usual high quality from Nostalgic-Art.

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