Pride and Prejudice Mint Boxes

These elegant little lacquered slide boxes—each measuring a demure 1¾"x2¾"x¾" and made of recycled plastics—open to offer a mint (or whatever other tiny somethings you choose to keep inside them, once the included supply of mighty little breath fresheners is gone). One box features a reproduction of a 1907 cover of Jane Austen’s most renowned work, and the other shows a scene from the novel wherein Mr. Bingley encourages his reserved friend, “Come, Darcy, I must have you dance.” (What an ideal moment for a mint!) Austen fans, of course, simply must have these glamorous, literary, and multifunctional accessories. (I like to use mine on trips for carrying jewelry.) Available form Bas Bleu.

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