A Swedish silver mounted horn snuff mullby Otto Wilhelm Kjellberg 1856, the horn mounted with silver dome cover with foliate finial and plain collar, supported by silver band with two feet, terminating with silver ferulle, 40 cm long and 24 cm high.
A ram's horn snuff mull, of conventional form, the hinged cover with reeded rim, the lid embossed with thistle motifs and inset with a quartz, uninitialized shield shaped plaque to body, Maker's mark C.H.F to inside of lid, length 10 cm
An antique Scottish silver-mounted horn snuff mull, first half 19th century, the silver apparently unmarked. Retaining its natural shape and variegated colouring, the point carved as the head of an otter, the hinged domed cover with a silver collar and edg
A silver plate mounted ram's horn snuff mull dated 1874, the curled horn with silver plate mounts and with a lidded compartment displaying a prancing horse finial inscribed to lip 'From T.Templeman to W. Savage, Feb 27th, 1874', 29 cm wide
An early 19th century sterling silver mounted horn snuff mull hallmarked stg silver, possibly Scottish, the tapering body with applied strapwork, terminating in a hinged cover with an inscription, 23 cm long.
A rare Scottish William IV period ram's horn table snuff mull, the silver mounts engraved with armorial 'Per Mare Per Terras' (by sea, by Land), & Hallmarked Glasgow 1836, maker Peter Arthur. on two original wooden wheels, one missing and with a hook for c
A silver mounted Scottish mull in horn by Ferguson and MacBean of Inverness, Edinburgh1890, the curved body of flattish section applied with interlacing ribbonwork enclosing applied crests of a stag and boar's head, below this section of scaled ivory appea
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