A sweet child’s sewing box from the Edwardian era. The lithograph graphics of the cardboard box features a printed oval of a boy and girl, in colonial dress, which is centered on the lid. The remainder of the box is a rose red with highlights of gold design. It is a box with provenance, as a note inside states it was from the Mt Gilead fair in 1911 and given as a gift by Ida. Mt Gilead is a small community in rural northern Ohio.