'Wow friends and family with this exceptional, handcrafted, chocolate gift box'
Our bonbonnières were inspired by a European tradition from centuries ago, where the host of a celebration offered their guests a little box (or a bonbonnière) made from porcelain, crystal or silver, containing delicacies made from sugar. Given out at special events such as weddings, christenings and birthdays, they were designed to bestow good luck on the guests. Rita Farhi Bonbonnières are made from papier mâché and hand painted in Kashmir, India creating a beautiful and truly unique gift. Filled with spicy candied ginger pieces, which are then wrapped in sumptuous dark chocolate, these stunning boxes make for a stand-out celebratory gift. In a range of elegant designs these beautiful, luxurious keepsake gift boxes will be treasured long after the delicious chocolate is gone.
*Images for illustrative purposes only, actual designs may vary.
Suitable for vegetarians
|Dimensions||12.4 x 11.8 x11.4 cm|
DARK CHOCOLATE COATED GINGER: Crystallised Ginger (35%), Dark Chocolate: Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Whey (from Milk), Vegetable Oil (Palm), Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Glazing Agents (Gum Arabic, Shellac), Preservative (Citric Acid). Contains Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter. Cocoa Solids 35% minimum.
ALLERGY ADVICE: This product is produced and packed in a facility that handles and processes nuts, including peanuts & tree nuts, gluten, dairy and soy, and may not be suitable for allergy sufferers.
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
STORAGE: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat. Once opened reseal in a tight container. Use within 1 month for best experience.
'Lovingly hand-packed in the UK'
UK Standard Delivery - 3 to 5 Working Days
|Area||Orders Below £40||Orders £40 & Over|
|Rest of the UK *||£9.95||£9.95|
UK Premium Delivery - 1 to 2 Working Days
|Area||On All Orders|
|Rest of the UK *||£9.95|
* Please note an extra day maybe required for deliveries to Northern Ireland and remote parts of the UK such as Highlands and Islands.