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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
A very sharp looking steel and bronze box with a bronze laurel leaf on the very top and a bronze border. Box has a black interior and lion paw feet. Circa 1950s, France.
5" Wide x 4.5" Deep x 3" 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 1960s hand painted papier mâché box with a domed top from Kashmir India. The box is orange and gold hand painted papier mâché with a white interior the bottom is black.
5" Wide x 4" Deep x 2" High
A vintage 1970s Maitland Smith crackled lacquer box with a burled walnut inlay and brass fittings. Box is a dark brown and retains its original label. The interior is lined with black felt and the bottom is brown felt. A beautiful box for any room.
5" Wide x 3" Deep x 4.5" 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
An attractive 1920s papier mâché cylinder box hand painted with animals, lions, tigers, deer or antelope. Very beautifully painted and whimsical The bottom has an old paper label on it could be the company. From Kashmir, India.
3" Diameter x 4.5" High
An Anglo Indian ivory box with a Fruitwood interior and the wood shows on the bottom. Circa 1920s.
7.5" Wide x 5.5" Deep x 1.5" High
1800s French inlaid diminutive commode. It is a salesman sample converted into a jewelry box with the two deep compartments and back lined in velvet. The interior could have been made to use as a tea caddy as well. The first drawer does not work of course but the but the second drawer does and it is lined in velvet and is an inch and a half deep.
11" Wide x 7" Deep x 10.5" High
An Anglo Indian box beautifully decorated it is all ivory so is the portrait of Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria. The interior is trimmed in tortoiseshell and has brass feet and brass decoration around the portrait which is encased in glass. The interior is lined with velvet and the bottom. Circa late 19th century.
5.5" Wide x 3.5" Deep x 3.5" High
A beautiful tea caddy with original key and original interior it is black lacquer, mother of pearl and has a brass inlay design all over the box. 19th century, France.
9.5" Wide x 5" Deep x 5" High
A turn of the century pin box with a duck on the lid which is a holder for stick pins. It is sterling silver with a crystal bottom that is very finally cut in a diamond pattern. The interior is about an inch deep.
3.5” Wide x 2.5” Deep x 2.5” High
A lovely round papier mâché box that has been hand painted with a gold oak leaf design. The top has a finial. The interior and bottom are black. Circa 1960s, Kashmir, India.
3" Diameter x 2.5" High
A wonderfully carved Black Forest box. Carvings are made to look like a log with multiple types of flowers and a center cartouche. Red moire interior. Austria, circa 1890s. Old tag on bottom.
9" Wide x 7" Deep x 4.5" High
A very early 19th century English work box with two very unusual inlay designs. Especially the heart where the keyhole is. Box has a tray in the velvet lined interior. The interior is three deep.
15" Wide x 10" Deep x 5" High
A large tortoiseshell box with ivory and sterling silver. English, circa 1820s. The medallion on the top has not been monogramed. It is a beautiful box. It is all trimmed in ivory and sterling silver. The inside is one and a half inches deep, has two compartments.
7" Wide x 4.5" Deep x 3" High
A card case of tortoiseshell ivory and mother of pearl. The interior is felt. It is wonderful condition for a card case monogram on the top Olive. Circa 1830s, England.
2.5" Wide x .5" Deep x 4" High
A wonderful brass box with a Greek key design in a marble or stone. The interior is lined in wood and has two compartments. It is very pretty. Circa 1940s, Mexico marked on bottom.
8" Wide x 3.5" Deep x 1.5" High
English early large and beautifully decorated tea cadd with its compartments lids with ivory knobs top on the lids. Beautifully inlaid on the front of the escutcheon. The interior measures three and a half inches deep. Circa 1810.
7.5" Wide x 4.5" Deep x 5" High