Vanity box

Van´i`ty box

1.A small box, usually jeweled or of precious metal and worn on a chain, containing a mirror, powder puff, and other small toilet articles for a woman.
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It was among a collection of toiletries in a vanity box bought for a fiver.
It was found among other toiletries in a vanity box from the President's former yacht, the Trump Princess.
Tucked away in the leafy lanes of Chandigarh, Vanity Box is a unique, funky store for pretty products.
And so it was last Wednesday when Cato Crane Fine Art Auctioneers offered this vanity box and contents (pictured), made of veneered coromadel wood, carefully selected to match the graining, and fitted with exquisite silver-gilt engraved perfume, toilet water bottles and pin jars.
The victim was also threatened with having her hand cut off before the property was ransacked and a "significant" amount of jewellery was taken from a vanity box.
The lilac vanity box also contained sentimental treasures including jewellery belonging to ex-miner Cuffy and a watch and locket belonging to her late mother.
Another treasure holder is the Create Your Own Vanity Box ($14.
Job: Stallholders at Vanity Box Cosmetics in the Market Hall
David Beckham did the same tour before he bought his GT, famously customised with Brooklyn's name embroidered on the plush leather child seat and Victoria's in the rear seat vanity box.
50 concessions) and can be bought in advance from John Love at The Vanity Box, 191 High Street, or by phoning 01964 792773.
Emma was fascinated by a toy vanity box while a remote control car caught James's eye.
You wouldn't, for instance, want to try to fill an oversize wicker basket with your special penuche and a dainty vanity box might not hold even one of your killer pralines.