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The French cookies known as macarons come from the Sicilian word maccarruni, which dates back to the 13th century.

Chambre de Sucre Macaron Limoge Trinket Boxes

$13.95 Ships Free
2 ¼” diameter



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Shaped like our favorite French treats, these trinket boxes are the perfect hiding places for all our secret treasures. Each is finished in brightly colored stoneware and shuts tight with an ornately decorated gold clasp. They’re almost as good as the sugary real thing.

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These ceramic keepsake boxes are 2 ¼” in diameter and come in six cheery colors: Rose, Light Pink, Peach, Light Lavender, Light Yellow, and Pistachio.


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Costs what it's worth...

Well, where to start... As long as you are expecting to get something that is worth 13 dollars, then you will be satisfied. It's only ok. It's cute but not great quality. I got the lavender one which is so pale in color that it's more of a white with a slight purple tint. And there is obvious glue visible around the inside edges. The inside has a sort of dip... or ripple in the ceramic. Anyways, I didn't expect much and it is still cute and will serve it's purpose (and I wont be furious if it ends up breaking).

Side note.. shouldn't really be called a "limoge" box.. Firstly because the word is actually LIMOGES. Secondly, because that is a title reserved for porcelain boxes made in Limoges, France. They cost about 12x what this costs and as I'm sure anyone who cares would be aware that this isn't an ACTUAL Limoges box I still feel like it's misleading. Should read 'Limoges Style'

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Love it!

This is the cutest trinket box! I use to store my stud earrings that would normally be sitting on my sink. The pink color is very pretty and I got so many compliments from friends who see it in my bathroom.

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More delicate than it appears

Got this in the mail and it was extremely cute. The size was a little disappointing, but I was willing to look past it... until the clasp that keeps it shut broke two weeks later.

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Cutest trinket box ever!

One of my favorite things are Macarons. This is perfect for me. I use it to keep rings or jewelry in while traveling.

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Super Cute Gift

I got these for my nieces and they loved them! I should have bought one for myself. Great gift idea for any lucky lady!

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