Category: Boxes

  • Vinaigrette

    An English Georgian Vinaigrette, Birmingham, 1808-09. Marks divided between lid and box. A maker’s mark of ‘J.W’ (Joseph Willmore) appears on the lid interior. The lid is engraved with a geometric motif. The grill is pierced and engraved with a matching design. Interior gilded. 1″ x 3/4″ x 1/4″. Price: $200.00

  • Vinaigrette

    A very small vinaigrette, Birmingham, 1811-12. Marks are divided between lid and box. The lid is marked with a standard mark. The makers mark is poorly struck and is probably ‘JL’ (John Lawrence & Co). The lid is engraved with a design of hearts and arrows. The grill is engraved with a floral motif. Interior […]

  • Vinaigrette

    An English Georgian Vinaigrette, Birmingham, 1813-14. Marks divided between lid and box, grill marked with standard mark. Makers mark xx probably xx. The lid is nicely engraved with acorn and oak leaves, the grill is pierced with round holes which are arranged in a diamond pattern. Interior gilded. The loop for hanging appears to be […]

  • Rare and Large Silver Plated Jewelry Box

    This very large silver plated Jewelry box is elaborately decorated with motifs associated with romance and marriage, including love birds, arrows, churches, and baskets of flowers. Condition fine. Details: There are no marks on this piece. The box has been relined with dark blue velvet. The construction suggests that tit was made in England in […]

  • English Box

    An English box, Birmingham, 1811-12. Marks divided between lid and box. A maker’s mark of ‘WP’ appears in a rectangular strike. The lid and base are engraved a design of circles surrounded by dots. Interior gilded. 1 1/4″ x 3/4″ x 1/4″. Price: $225.00

  • An American Aesthetic Movement Tobacco Box Made by the Gorham Company, Date Marked 1882

    This tobacco box is in the form of an elongated oval. It measures 3 5/8 inches in length, 2 3/8 inches in width, and approximately 3/4 inches in height. It has a hinged lid, and the interior of both body and lid are gilded. The exterior of the object is decorated with an abstract geometric […]

  • American Sterling Card Case in the Aesthetic Taste

    American sterling card case made by Gorham, date marked 1878. In the original box. Condition pristine. Beautifully engraved with a swallow in pursuit of an insect against a matte guilded background. The reverse finely engraved ‘George to Tinnie’. Details: Marked with the Gorham, STERLING, the date letter for 1878 (J) and 166. 4.25″ x 2.5″ […]