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A Victorian novelty Vesta Case

A Victorian Vesta Case formed as a suitcase with leather straps, London 1876, William Summers. The interior bezel engraved with the retailer's name Benson & Hedges, 13 Old Bond St.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM SUMMERS, LONDON (worked from 1863)


A Victorian Fusee Box.

A Victorian Fusee Box, London 1861, Benjamin Barling,    Read more

Maker: BENJAMIN BARLING & SONS, LONDON (worked from c.1845)


An early 18th century Gold mounted Box

An early 18th century oval gold-mounted blonde tortoiseshell Snuffbox, English, circa 1725,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


An early 18th century Bodkin Case.

An unmarked silver Bodkin Case, with remnants of gilding, the hinged top with engraved button catch, circa 1700.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


An unusual Victorian silver Box.

An unusual Victorian pouch-shaped Box with suspension ring and air-tight flush-hinged lid, London 1859, Rawlings and Summers.    Read more

Maker: RAWLINGS & SUMMERS, LONDON (worked from c.1829)


A Victorian silver Palanquin Vesta.

A Victorian Table Vesta Case formed as a palanquin, with gilt interior, London 1886, Jane Brownett.    Read more

Maker: JANE BROWNETT, LONDON (worked from 1868)


A Victorian Multiple-Use Case

A Victorian combined Card case, cigarette case, vesta and sovereign holder, London 1898, William Hornby.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HORNBY, LONDON (worked 1898-1913)


An Artist's Watercolour Paint Box

A cylindrical Artist's Watercolour Box, London 1913, William Hornby.
Lacking paints, apart from the brown. The box contains a small pencil and brush.    Read more

Maker: WILLIAM HORNBY, LONDON (worked 1898-1913)


A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire.

A Victorian Seal with Sewing Necessaire, the bloodstone matrix cut with gothic initials, the case, which is chased with scrollwork and birds of paradise, contains an unmarked thimble and spool wind...    Read more

Maker: THOMAS JOHNSON, LONDON (worked from 1869)


A George IV circular Snuffbox.

A circular George IV Snuffbox with pull-off lid, engine-turned decoration and applied foliate border, Birmingham 1824, Robert Mitchell. The interior gilt.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT MITCHELL (worked from 1821)


An 18th century Bodkin Case.

An unmarked silver-gilt Bodkin Case, circa 1790,    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A 17th century Patch Box.

A late 17th century small Box with pull-off lid, fully marked, London 1689, maker's mark 'R?' The lid engraved with a stylised plant head.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


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