One little impulse purchase that I made in Canton was this silver plated sweet box. This photo doesn't show how really black it looked on a table of equally tarnished vintage items. It was priced at $10. The brand and logo jumped out at me (even under all the tarnish). As a teenager I visited my cousins who lived in England, and we often enjoyed these candies together. Quality Street Chocolates & Toffees always came in a tin, but it was usually colorful. I had never seen a little box like this one, but thought it would be fun to take home and shine up.
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