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Antique Bilston patch box, approx 3 cm high, 5.5 cm long

Small hallmarked sterling silver patch box with engraved decoration and internal mirror, hallmarked Birmingham 1919

Early ivory patch box. Hand painted with bouquets to each side, internal mirror. Some wear, diameter 5 cm

A late Georgian sterling silver patch box, 1834 Birmingham, with maker's marks Ts, the waisted rectangular box finely engine turned to the base and border within applied foliate edging, ribbed to the waist and gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked to the

A Scottish sterling silver patch box, 1821 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for J Hay or J Howden, the rectangular box with pleasingly rounded edges and corners and a waisted profile, bright cut with scrolling motifs and flora within prick worked bands, gilt

A Victorian sterling silver patch box, 1853 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hilliard & Thomason, the elongated rounded box with a slightly waisted body, finely engraved with acanthus scrolls throughout, the lid bearing an inscription to William Whitby Es

Early circular enamel patch box. Floral decoration on white ground. Possibly 19th century. Diameter 3.50 cm

Early French Navette style enamel patch box. Two half lids open to decorated interior. All floral decorated on green ground. Possibly 18th century. Length 11.50 cm

Two Georgian Battersea enamel patch boxes. Hand painted floral; & castle & lake decorations. One with dedication dated 1774. Also, box of patches. As inspected. Height 2.5 cm. Width 5 cm (each)

Antique enamel patch box together with a Tunbridge ware stamp box and a bone box

Antique Georgian Bilston enamel patch box decorated in sprays of flowers and pink backing.

A Georgian gold-mounted ivory patch-box, rectangular, basket-weave pattern; fitted interior with mirror. Width 82.5 cm

Early carved boxwood and gold? patch box. Relief carving of cherub to lid; and carved body. Gold? interior. Some wear and restoration. Length 9 cm

19th century papier mache patch box. Circular, with painted classical scene to lid. Diameter 9 cm

Early china patch box. floral and bird decoration to outside; underside of lid also floral decorated. Height 6 cm, length 8 cm

Early black composition patch box. Circular, with embossed equestrian scene - 'Tally Ho' Wilton.' underside with embossed plough, acorn and oak leaf border. Diameter 8 cm

19th century enamel patch box. Lid decorated with boats in harbour; faux tortoiseshell base. Length 6 cm

Early French enamel patch box. Rural scene with courting couple to lid; interior floral decorated. Marked 'Lille, 1767,' to base. Diameter 6 cm

A silver patch box pendant; with mirror and gilt interior. Birmingham 1920.Wt. 11.2g.

Staffordshire early 19th century enamel patch box, a trifle from Nailsworth (A/F)

19th century lacquered patch box, painted with basket of flowers

19th century lacquered patch box, inlaid with silver (slight A/F)

A Bilston type enamel patch box, modelled as a King Charles spaniel seated on a cushion, the hinged lid decorated with a flower the interior set with a mirror. Hairline cracks

Antique European silver gilt & enamel patch box, fitted with a porcelain oval portrait

Bilston enamel patch box 'Princess Margaret Rose' - Halcyon Days

A 19th century French enamel patch box, cartouche shape with painted and gilt decoration. Sevres mark. Width 6 cm

An American silver patch box, 18th century, the slender shaped box, with pieced applied oval plaque depicting a little putti by repute possibly by Paul Revere 64gms

Five various pieces costume jewellery, including blue enamelled patch box pendant; faux amber and enamel pinchbeck brooch; graduated rhinestone brooch etc.

A small sterling silver patch box, with engraved figures in garden on lid. Birmingham 1905. Length 5.2 cm width 3.2 cm

A small sterling silver patch box, with scroll engraved lid. Birmingham 1913. Length 4.8 cm width 3.6 cm