A beautiful cut and press crystal box from France. The French crystal box has bronze doré mounts. It is on little tiger feet which are also bronze. Not sure of the maker it is from the 50s.
The interior is three inches deep and inside of lid is about an inch and a half.
7” Wide x 5” Deep x 5.5” High
This is an Indian box with the Taj Mahal artwork on bone. This fabulous box is quite large and in very good condition. There are also four portraits in the corners. Circa 1890’s.
16” Wide x 14” Deep x 10” High
A fabulous pair of early 19th century Chinese boxes with hand carved oriental figures on the exterior and hand painted figures on the interior. Boxes also have lovely brass closures.
5” Wide x 3” Deep x 2” High
An Anglo Indian Rosewood box circa late 19th century. The gilt design of florals and scrolls on the top carriers through to all four sides so will display nicely on a desk or table. The box has two levels with the original key taped inside and is in wonderful condition.
7” Wide x 5” Deep x 4” High
A pair of large mid century table boxes by Maitland Smith. The boxes are made of bones and are from the 1970s. They have hinged tops and the interiors are two and a half inches deep.
11” Wide x 6.5” Deep x 6” High
The antique repousse brass box is extremely high-quality the interior has red silk velvet I would say it is French made for a Brazilian jewelry store. It’s every heavy. The unique texture, form, metallic color adds a rich historic depth to any space.
8” Wide x 6.5” Deep x 3.5” High
19th century Anglo Indian porcupine quill decorated work box on ebony with bone inlay. The interior has the complete set of compartments with faux tortoise shell inlaid tops. The interior lid is suede with a bone inlaid elephant.
12” Wide x 9” Deep x 5” High
Opaline box with blue flowers and bronze dore fittings in excellent condition from France. Unusual shape with the top being 3.5” wide and the bottom 2.5” wide.
3.5” Wide x 3.5” Deep x 4.5” High
A late 19th century neo classical bronze ormolu box French with a bone painted top protected by glass that is beveled. The painting is signed by Stella. the relief around the box is neoclassical inside is lined with velvet.
4.5” Wide x 3.5 Deep x 1.5” High
A very early 19th century paper embossed box in the neoclassical style. The box has multiple compartments, it is a work box with a mirror. The top and the first compartment are reverse painted. The lower level of the box has a painted scene of a man and a woman. Some minor damage to the top but still a magnificent box.
9” Wide x 6” Deep x 6” High
A strikingly beautiful French dore bronze box is all engraved with an ivory picture of an aristocrat, LeBron. The box is heavily chased with a velvet interior in red thats is original to the century. Circa 1890, France.
3” Wide x 2.5” Deep x 3.5” High
This early 19th century Chinese export box probably held a robe or had sweets in it like cookies and candy. Has a flaw which is a crack going right down the middle but really does not distract from its beauty.
21” Wide x 21” Deep x 2.5” High