Nothing says girl power like Rosie the Riveter! This incredible vintage lunch box features Rosie, a cultural icon who represented all the hard working women who kept this country going by working in factories and shipyards during WWII while men were fighting overseas.
A little history lesson: The imagery featured on this box is by the artist J. Howard Miller who created this image for the Westinghouse War Production Coordinating Committee. This was the “We Can Do It” image and one of the most celebrated cultural icons of War World II.
Crisp and bright colors make this a must buy.
This lunch box is 7.75 inches by 6.75 by 4 inches so can hold rivets, aircraft parts, spare ammunition and maybe a sandwich or two.