Chinese Maiden Potraits on Steel Boxes

Above: Biscuit Box with a lady with Nyonya dressing.

Above: Mooncake Box

Some companies in Malaysia market products using attractive boxes with the painting of Chinese maidens. The biscuit box is sold during Chinese New Year and the Mooncake Box (if I am not mistaken is by Baker’s Cottage) is to put mooncakes.

Needless to say, the attractive packaging  (the boxes are made from steel) justifies the dearer price. Anyway, these designs were a few years back when the economic was still good….

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3 responses to “Chinese Maiden Potraits on Steel Boxes”

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