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Trinket Box, Badcock, Heart Shaped, Porcelain, Vintage

Trinket Box, Badcock, Heart Shaped, Porcelain, Vintage

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  • Pattern: Heart Shaped Box
  • Made by Badcock
  • Vintage: 1960's- 1970's (estimated)
  • Details:  This is a very nice trinket box in the shape of a heart.  The lid is decorated with hand applied roses in pastel colors and green leaves.  There are tiny dots outlining the  border.  The entire piece is embossed with lines top and bottom, makes it look pleated.  Badcock Furniture used different household items to advertise its stores from sewing kits, to a small bronze delivery trucks, trinket dishes, kitchenware, and more.  During our research we ran into the original box for this piece, with the logo first used in 1960: "Badcock Home Furnishing Centers", so we estimate this piece to be within 5 -10 years of that date.  These Badcock promotional giveaways are great collectibles, this little porcelain box is a perfect gift for a collector, as a jewelry box, or gift box to place something special for Valentine's day, birthday or other special occasion.
  • Material:  Porcelain
  • Dimension:  1.5 inches Tall (box only), 3.0 inches Tall (including the center rose), 3 1/8 inches Wide (at its widest point)
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Good Vintage Condition.  There are a couple of chips but very minor, not noticeable, we zoomed in pictures for you. Otherwise, there are no scratches or cracks on this piece.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are not new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear, and imperfections. 
The W. S. Badcock Corp. was founded by Henry Stanhope Badcock in Mulberry, Florida in 1904.  In 1920 Henry's son Wogan Stanhope Badcock, Jr bought the store.  They struggled during the great depression but they pressed on through consignment at various stores in the area, route salesmen, and offering credit to customers that could not afford to pay in full.  These sales tactics helped them survive the depression.  In 1966 they were able to expand outside of Florida to Georgia, later to South Carolina, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Tennessee.  In 1999 they updated their corporate image, added "and more" and the logo and stores took on a whole new look and design.  Today, they are in 8 states:  Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia and continue to offer credit to their clients.

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