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Relive your childhood at the mama shop with this iconic old school Khong Guan biscuit tin to store your favourite biscuits!
Dimension: 32cm (H)
The rental price stated is for standard minimum rental period of 4 days. Example: You self-collect on Mon. Use the rented items for your event on Tues and return on Wed or latest by Thur.
All items must be collected from our office A'Posh Bizhub #04-03 @ Yishun. If you require longer rental period, delivery + setup or teardown + collection by Dreamscaper, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your order and payment has been recieved, we will contact you to arrange appointment for self-collect and self-return. We are flexible with any timing (incl. weekends, public holiday) as long as you book your appointment with us in advance.
On self-collection day, please bring a cash security deposit that is 2x that of rented item’s amount.
Example: You rented a wooden box for $10 and paid on our website. When you arrive at our office for self-collection, you will have to bring a security deposit of $20 in cash. Please check that the rented item(s) are in good condition before handing us the security deposit. The security deposit will be returned to you when you return all rented item(s) on time and in original condition.
Dimension: 32cm (H)
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