Learn about Bible Box

A lidded box, often made of oak or walnut with incised carving, designed to hold the family bible with its record of births, deaths and marriages. They were sometimes set on a stand and were popular in the 17th and 18th century, although there are also 19th century examples.

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Antique carved timber jewellery casket decorated with roses and a rooster seated on the top, 16 cm x 11 cm approx

Brass mounted jewellery / cash box, with key (in office), approx. 16 cm high, 40 cm wide, 27 cm deep

Victorian jewellery box with mother of pearl escutcheon and inlay to lid, 30 cm wide

A French kingwood and parquetry jewel casket. 10 cm high, 20 cm wide, 13 cm deep.

Black Forest jewellery box with bird carving to top with some losses, approx 28 cm high, 26 cm wide, 14 cm deep

Rosewood brass inlaid jewellery box converted from a writing slope, with a silk & velvet lined interior. Condition good, to fair, some missing brass pieces, small loss to the timber, 31 x 23 x 13 cm

Wood jewellery box. Velvet lined with one drawer. Length 24 cm

Antique timber jewellery box with original fitted interior, 32 cm long approx.

Early Tasmanian jewellery box C1900 made by Bertram Charles Mitchell, coach builder/ cabinet maker

Antique English jewellery box, brass bound, approx 11.5 cm high, 25 cm wide, 17.5 cm deep

Faberge walnut and burr walnut jewellery cabinet hinged mirrored cover opening to reveal a fitted interior with two pull out drawers beneath height 15 cm width 30 cm depth 21 cm

A Victorian satin wood jewel casket with shallow-domed lid and gilt-metal catch. Width 23 cm

A Victorian mahogany and parquetry jewel casket, rectangular, with bun feet. Width 33 cm

Victorian walnut dressing / jewel box, by G Betjemann & Sons, London, with pop out jewellery drawer & sterling silver accessories, hallmarked London 1868, 31 cm x 23.5 cm, 20 cm high approx.

Fine antique figured walnut sterling mounted toilet box, pop out jewellery drawer below, retailed by Toulmin & Gale Cheapside and new Bond St London dated London WN 1868

A William Seuffert inlaid New Zealand timber jewellery box central heraldic crest to top surrounded by 'Key' border. Totora sides. Fragment of yellow 'Anton Seuffert' label to underneath. Height 8.5 cm. Width 23 cm. Depth 16 cm.

A Louis XV style lidded jewellery casket ormolu mounts. Neptune and sea serpent finial. Fitted two shelf interior. Height 25 cm. Width 35 cm.

Tramp art multi drawer timber jewellery box, height 42 x width 31 cm approx

Jewellery box, with fitted interior, 22 cm wide

Collection of jewellery boxes, including 'handbag', cylinder etc

Two small jewellery boxes and contents, including a slouch hat pressed penny, various medallions and badges, etc

A Italian Sorrento ware musical jewellery box raised on brass feet with fitted interior. Length 35 cm

A Victorian rosewood and inlaid jewellery casket, the hinged top revealing mirror and fitted sewing compartment, the doors opening to reveal drawers and writing slope.(a/f) Width 35 cm. a/f

Three Indian jewellery boxes with ivory embellishments, velvet lining and mirror, various sizes. (3)

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