Wood, paper, metal
11 x 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 in.
A wood box, inlaid with darker and lighter wood parquetry. Inside the lid is a paper sheet printed with a scene of a woman and baby looking out of the window of a brick house toward a formal garden by a lake. The caption under the woman reads "We call this the Daisy Box because the packets are not only the largest but the prettiest and contain the most seeds. Surrounding the garden "Spring Time/ Rice's Flower Seeds/ Are The Best./ Grown By Jerome B. Rice & Co./ At The Well Known Cambridge Valley Seed Gardens/ Cambridge, New York". The sides of the lid are lined with paper listing the various types of flowers and plants available.
Gift of Bella C. Landauer
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