From France, here is an early Edwardian era pill box (small round) made of light card stock. When found, the top was blank so I added an image - a Victorian reprint of two Victorian ladies dressed in winter garb. I also added some silver and silver grey stars, a bit of silver glitter and a black worded phrase that reads "MERRY CHRISTMAS". The side color bands of the box are Dark Blue against a white/cream paper underlay. The inside as well as the underside of the lid are blank which means, if you wanted, you could pretty it up a little more for presentation. Currently, ONE OF A KIND - I do nt know if I will be creating more.
Condition: Very nice for its age. The piece has the patina of being old but there are no tears, rips, stains, etc.
Size: Just under 2" across; depth is 3/4".
Final Comments: Gift to a friend adding a small bit of jewelry on the inside or keep for yourself - what lady doesn't like a tiny box around for the holidays!!