After a first collaboration in 2017, it is with pleasure that this year we are offering our Marius Fabre x Leona Rose soap box. Floral and colorful, it is ideal as a gift or to help you with your storage.
This box can accommodate our 200g cubes for example.
Variation in metal box format
To offer or to please yourself, this box can contain several things.
Reusable, this box is directly in line with our desire to develop "zero waste" approaches while making storage aesthetic.
You can then recycle it as a box for candies, cottons, etc.
100% metal, clip closure and independent cover
Made in Italy
Dimensions: 7.6 cm x 7.6 cm H 6 cm
You have up to 14 days to exchange your puchases
30 year guarantee on forged models
Delivery from 72 hours Customer service + 33 490 533 435
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