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Royal Treasure Chest
Ships To: United States (Free). Canada (+$10), Worldwide (+$20)
Coupon Code: “EARLYBIRD25” to save 25%.
Royal Treasure Chest is a monthly vintage subscription box. Every month, you or your friend, family, or lover will receive a box of three vintage items on a journey! Items will range from scarves from another era, jewelry from a forbidden romance or forgotten books. Each treasure is unique, genuine, and hand-picked. No two boxes will ever be the same.
Royal Treasure Chest ships via USPS on a monthly basis.
Royal Treasure Chest allows subscribers to customize their boxes from a number of categories including Olde Books, Curios & Knick-Knacks, Jewelry, Tie Bars & Cufflinks, Paper Ephemera, Ladies Accessories, Gentlemen’s Accessories and Surprise Me!. I opted for Curios & Knick-Knacks, Ladies Accessories and Surprise Me!
Royal Treasure Chest includes a note about where the items in your box were discovered. From the sounds of the note, mine were found in an old secluded home in a tiny little village called Emeigh in Central Pennsylvania. My box included the following items:
~Steinbock Austria Dish and Vase: I am not sure what this is. I don’t think it’s a vase (unless it’s a very small one), but I am not sure what else it would be? It looks to me like an oil diffuser (you know, with the sticks), but I don’t think it’s that either. I tried to do a little internet research but came up empty. Someone is selling a similar one on eBay and called it a box, but it doesn’t open, so I don’t think that’s right. Whatever it is, it’s gorgeous and in fabulous condition.
~Flower Necklace: This metal necklace is quite beautiful and almost looks like it is made out of stained glass? It’s even prettier when it reflects in the light.
~Scarves by Vera Scarf: I believe this is a vintage Vera Bradley Scarf! It looks almost brand new, but if I had to guess, I’d say it’s from the early 70’s (totally a guess). It’s gorgeous, and the pattern is fantastic.
I couldn’t do a cost breakdown on Royal Treasure Chest, but I enjoyed this box. It was fun and opening it up was a complete surprise. Since no two boxes are the same, it will always be a fun one to open!