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Tortoiseshell boxes comprising one rectangular box, two graduated hexagonal boxes & two heart shaped boxes. Diameter of largest 9 x 6 x 3 cm

19th century tortoiseshell box, with hand written note inside 'This Box Was Given Me By My Brother in Law Capt Theos (Theophilus) Biddulph of The...... Dragoons 1815', some chips and a cracked corner to lid, 8.6 cm wide

Antique German pierced work silver hinged box, with tortoiseshell liner, marked Germany, 916, approx 202g

Fairfax and Robert of Sydney, powder jar in tortoise shell, silver and crystal, marked Birmingham, 1927, Adie Bros, approx 10.5 cm diameter

Thomas & William Lund tortoiseshell & ivory seven day Razor box having a monorammed lozenge panel inscribed 'R.R.D.', having a blue velvet lined interior, with a green velvet kid skin covered box, 18.8 x 8.5 x 4.9 cm

A tortoiseshell and bone hinged box, Anglo-Indian, 19th century, 5 cm high, 20 cm, 9 cm deep

A tortoiseshell and gold mounted hinged box, Continental, 18th century, with enamel panel depicting two sparsely clad young ladies with a row of rose cut diamonds, 4 cm high, 8 cm wide, 6 cm deep

A rare George III quality tortoiseshell fitted sewing box, rectangular form, the mildly domed panelled lid with ivory detail, enclosing the original fitted interior including ivory, steel, cut glass and other sewing fittings, the silk lined lid with a prin

A good 19th century tortoise-shell and mother of pearl vanity box, of rectangular form with serpentine front, the hinged lid with parquetry mother of pearl panel framed with a narrow band of abalone and tortoiseshell, conforming front, raised on compressed

Antique tortoise shell hinged box, with an applied silver busts of King William III & Queen Mary, probably period, no marks, approx 10 cm, an A/F

Sterling silver & tortoiseshell trinket box, on three feet, hallmarked Birmingham 1915, 6 cm diameter approx.

A George V silver and tortoise shell lidded ring box, maker John Round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge) Sheffield 1912.

A 19th century French boulle desk set, with a well for pens, two lidded inkwells and lidded stamp box, in traditional tortoiseshell and inlaid brass decoration. 30 cm x 21 cm

Silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, 5 cm x 5 cm approx

Late 19th century Personal tortoiseshell music box Aubert & Fils 5283 the cover finely painted on ivory with scene of Egyptian Bedouin Chief and his white Arabian horse

A late-19th century stained red tortoiseshell trinket/cigar box, with dowelled edging and low domed lid. Dimensions 10 cm x 13 cm x 15.5 cm

A tortoiseshell and cedar lined gents cigar box early 20th century with interesting paper label: 'Box made by convicts in the Andaman Islands 1921, Gilderton, I.R.S. '. Height 6.5 cm. Width 15.5 cm. Depth 10.5 cm

A Regency tortoiseshell domed top box c.1820. Height 5 cm. Width 16 cm. Depth 11.5 cm

An Anglo-Indian ivory and tortoiseshell box late 19th / early 20th century. Height 7 cm. Width 15.5 cm. Depth 11.5 cm

Tortoiseshell rectangular shaped box size: 9 cm by 6 cm

Antique tortoiseshell cigarette box, with gold inlay 8 cm x 6 cm approx., & a tortoiseshell matchbox holder

Sterling silver and tortoiseshell jewel box, hallmarked Birmingham 1919 (Levi & Salaman), 10.5 cm wide

Hexagonal shaped vintage tortoiseshell box, 3 cm high approx.

A George V silver plique-à-jour dressing table box, oval shape, the hinged lid inset with tortoiseshell, inlaid with a fine silver cartouche, raised on four scroll feet. Birmingham 1926. Width 7 cm

A George V plique-à-jour dressing table box of kidney shape, the tortoiseshell inset lid inlaid with a silver rondel, swags and ribbons opening to reveal a blue velvet lined interior, the box raised on four cast scroll feet. London 1913 by William Comyns &

A small 19th century tortoiseshell box containing two small spice jars, the box of oblong form with hinged lid opening to reveal the two small glass jars, one broken, some losses. Width 7 cm

A sterling silver and tortoiseshell trinket box 1925 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb. The circular box raised on three petite curvaceous legs, with simple concentric rib designs to the body, the slightly domed tortoiseshell lid deli

Diamond shaped vintage tortoiseshell box 3 cm high approx.

A sterling silver and tortoise shell jewel casket. 6 cm high, 14.5 long.

Two late 19th/20th century tortoiseshell boxes, the powder box intricately carved with village scene, the other box with floral carved and hinged lid, 6 & 7 cm diameter respectively

Real tortoiseshell oblong box with lid, approx 3.5 cm high, 9 cm long, 6 cm deep

A Regency tortoiseshell veneer box, c.1830, decorated with ivory banded edging to top and box, corners, the interior covered with olive green silk lining. Height 7.5 cm. Width 28 cm. Depth 20.5 cm

Vintage tortoiseshell and silver lidded box 4.5 cm x 3.5 cm approx

Vintage tortoiseshell and silver round lidded box D5.5 cm approx

Vintage tortoiseshell and silver lidded box 6.5 cm x 5 cm approx

Good tortoiseshell trinket box 12.5 cm x 10 cm, 6 cm high approx.

Tortoise shell box, brass banding, approx 6 cm high, 10 cm square