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
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 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
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 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 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
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