Andalusia | Decorative Tissue Box

Since 2500 BC, “The land between two continents and two oceans” was a favored destination. From 409 until 429, The Vandals, a Germanic people, occupied it and named it “Vandalusia”. In 711 Andalusia witnessed the booming time of the Umayyad dynasty. The discovery of the New World by Christopher Columbus in 1492, marked its golden age that remained until its decline in the 17th Century. Despite all the conflicts and fluctuations, a lasting influence emerged from its cuisine, its architecture, its gardens, and its textiles.

  • Material: Tin
  • Size: 10.2" x 5.2" x 2.3"
  • Designed in Lebanon

Care Instructions:

  • Tins: Clean with a dry cloth, Do not soak in water.

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