A sterling silver card box, Dawson Brothers, Birmingham, 1909 the plain dome topped box opening to reveal a gilt interior with central card divider 120 grams, 8.5 cm high, 4.5 cm wide, 5 cm deep. Property from the Collection of Dame Nellie Melba GBE
A Dutch silver box post 1953, with lion in hexagon mark and maker's mark Awe, the cushion shaped oval box with a flush hinged lid repousse worked with a rustic dancing scene and encircled by scrolling motifs; hallmarked to the interior of the lid. Silver w
French late 19th century engine turned silver box, signed M.Ferre and one other by Emile Langloise, each box with Watteau style depictions, one painted the other with chased silver cover, 7.7 cm and 6.7 cm diameters.
A fine Australian hexagonal sterling silver box, early 20th century, with maker's marks for Thomas Gaunt. The finely engine turned box with a hinged lid, having a matte gilt washed interior with simple plain banding to both the base and rims; hallmarked to
A fine Australian sterling silver and ruby box, early 20th century, with maker's mark for Wendt of Adelaide, with Crown and lion. The circular cushion shaped box with a hinged horseshoe lid with grain set rubies forming a monogram, and having a matte gilt
A small Russian silver box, the rectangular form box with rounded top and front, with a 14ct. gold and blue stone set stylised opening button, the interior with some gilding remaining and the St. Petersburg mark for 1908 to 1926. Weight 180gms. 10 cm x 7.5
A petite Continental silver box, late 19th/early 20th century, a hinged horseshoe shaped box, with a purse like clasp, prickworked and engraved with foliate designs; hallmarked to clasp, silver weight 17gr length 4.5 cm. Width 3.5 cm
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