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Vintage Brass Tea Tin

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

Introduced to Europe’s middle classes at around the same time, the history of sugar and tea are inextricably connected. Having started off as the food stuffs of the wealthy and well-traveled, sugar and tea became central to the lives of a wide range of Europeans by the late 1800s. While this charming metal tea tin would still be ideal for storing your favorite sweet treats, it would also make a beautiful herb or flower planter.


Having originated in China in the 3rd century AD as a medicinal drink, tea became popular in Europe in the 17th century. Beginning as a prized commodity in the royal court, tea took off as the drink of choice in parlo... Read More

Details and Dimensions

3" Height x 3" Width x 3" Depth.
Vintage with slight oxidization marks.

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