Quality Street Tin, Another good cake tin. I am more partial to Roses myself.

Quality Street slims down for Christmas

Mackintosh!!! Z best. I loved z golden caramel ones.  P.s. Once it finishes mum turns it to a sewing case

Boîte en métal Quality Street Mackintosh's collection/ no final de os comer…

1957 candy ad Mackintosh's Quality Street vintage sweets Christmas advert. Still eat them now every Christmas- it's a tradition!

1957 candy ad Mackintoshs Quality Street vintage sweets Christmas advert Schweppes on reverse - Free U.

I have another foodie item to show you today...a Quality Street wreath: I made a couple of these last year, and salvaged the polystyren...

I have another foodie item to show you today.a Quality Street wreath: I made a couple of these last year, and salvaged the polystyren.

1959 Mackintosh's Quality Street Toffees & Chocolates Ad

1959 Mackintosh's Quality Street Toffees & Chocolates Ad w/unusual suggestion of physiognomic features in the candy pieces' arrangement, similar to those in the book Subliminal Seduction.

Quality Street - 70s style.  This picture would be from 1799 and during the mid Victorian period.

This picture would be from 1799 and during the mid Victorian period. Still got a tin holding my old Lego

Notes and sketches detail plans for the first Quality Street tins | Daily Mail Online

Notes and sketches detail plans for the first Quality Street tins

Notes and sketches detail plans for the first Quality Street tins | Daily Mail Online

Quality street is a triangular shawl. It´s knitted top-down with both textured and lacy fabric. It has a bit of colorwork, but you only work with one color at a time.

Quality street pattern by Hildur Ýr Ísberg

Quality street is a triangular shawl. It´s knitted top-down with both textured and lacy fabric. It has a bit of colorwork, but you only work with one color at a time.

Front cover from Quality street, a comedy in four acts, by James Matthew Barrie, London, 1913.

oldbookillustrations: Front cover from Quality street, a comedy in four acts, by James Matthew Barrie, London,

Quality Street advertisement. by totallymystified, via Flickr

My friend Dorle introduced me to the deliciousness of Quality Street candies, which are now made by Nestle, I think

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