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That Sounds Sweet radio-shaped cookie tin

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When you think biscuit (or cookie) tin, you have a certain idea of what to expect. It's probably not this That Sounds Sweet radio-shaped cookie tin.

It's a biscuit tin shaped like a 1950s radio, finished with incredible detail - rounded dial, grill-like accents, faux trim, a band of raised buttons, and a slim, silver antenna. When you have it on a shelf, it just might fool your visitors into thinking that's what it is.

But flip it open and you get access to your biscuits, as long as you put some in there in the first place. The best of both worlds.

The price is $24.99 and if you aren't in North America, it's worth noting that ModCloth ship overseas, including to the UK.

Find out more at the ModCloth website

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