Richard Hudnut Three Flowers face powder packaged in a tin box with the Three Flowers logo picture on the cover. The picture shows a formally dressed lady seated at her dressing table, mirror in one hand, puff in the other, while her lady in waiting stands tending her hairdo. New York, Paris. Left: The larger item is a found face powder tin. The bottom of the tin reads, "Toilet Requisites" and lists fifteen Three Flowers products. It has an orange background with black vertical lines and a spray of gold leaves with the Three Flowers logo picture and gold trim. The tin is 5" diameter" and 2" high. Bottom right: The smaller item is a 1-1/2" free sample tin of the face powder. The sample tin features the same orange background with Three Flowers logo picture. The bottom of the tin reads, "Three Flowers face powder clings tenaciously to the skin and gives that youthful bloom so universally admired. It has won a lasting popularity with women of cultured and discriminating taste."
From the private collection of Dovie Horvitz (2010.51.12a,d).