an oval shaped measuring tape
Material : Plastic, Cloth, and Metal
Source : Borrowed from M.L. Preeyapa Savastivatana Dent
An oval-shaped measuring tape, with an embroidery of yellow and blue flowers decorating the front, while its back is in deep pink with a white box that reads “Gimbels and 59 020 .59”. Gimbels may mean the U.S. Department Store founded by Adam Gimble in 1842. Later, in the 20s, Gimbels became one of the largest retail businesses in the U.S. Unfortunately, the business was closed down in the 80s. .59, on the other hand, may mean 59 pence, the price of the measuring tape. On its side is a metal ring to pull out a retractable tape.