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Art Nouveau sterling silver biscuit barrel cylindrical shape, the hinged lid with pineapple finial, decorated in low relief with a wide band of stylised tulips, Sheffield 1904

An Art Nouveau, sterling silver mount, glass biscuit barrel, London 1903, by Heath & Middleton, with patent self opening lid mechanism Provenance: Purchased 1986, Claude de Bernales Sale, Gregsons Auctioneers Perth. Height 21 cm; diameter 14 cm

A sterling silver biscuit sachet, London 1896, J. Dixon & Sons, of shell form, the two halves opening to reveal pierced grilles in turn opening to reveal the gilded interior, supported on scrolling legs, 28.5 cm high, 2200 gms. Provenance: Property of

Edward VII sterling silver Art Nouveau biscuit barrel cylindrical shape the hinged lid with pineapple finial the wide border of tulips and scrolls, Sheffield 1904

English silver biscuit sachet, Sheffield 1896 Victorian by John Dixon & Sons, weight approx 68 oz. Troy