View our Stunning Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Jewellery Boxes, Biscuit Boxes, Trinket Boxes and Cigar and Cigarette Boxes and Cases
A superb quality rectangular Birks sterling silver cigar, cigarette or trinket box. This large domed hinge lidded box is completely plain with a cedar wood lining and has a working lock and original key. Without inscriptions. (Circa 1940).
A novelty antique silver tea caddy in the form of a Georgian knife box with a hinged shaped lid and a hinged scroll finial. The plain sloping lid matches the serpentine shaped body. (1918).
A superb quality Elkington & Co silver plated barrel with electro form detailed decoration of cherubs. The circular hinged lid has a detachable Cupid finial. The body has a frieze of Cherubs and stands on a decorative floral splayed foot. (Circa 1870).
A large Victorian rectangular silver table top cigar or cigarette box with a hinged chased scroll design lid and an initialled oval cartouche. The body has curved chased fluting and has its original cedar lining. (1893).
A very good quality four section Victorian Chester silver torpedo shaped pocket cigar case with a central push button clasp, gilt interior and a completely plain case without inscriptions. In very good original condition.
A charming Chester silver Victorian dressing table jar in a circular form with a pull off lid. The top and body has reposse floral and scroll decoration and an empty central cartouche. The interior is gilt and the jar is finished with a crimped base. (1900).
A very attractive good quality oval silver plate and cut glass box with a plain hinged lid and a floral border. The substantial cut glass body has deep floral and leaf cutting and is finished with a star cut base. (Circa 1930).
A very smart rectangular Edwardian silver jewellery box with a plain body, a plain hinged lid and reed and leaf border standing on four scroll feet. The interior has the original green velvet lining. (1909).
A very stylish and good quality rectangular Edwardian silver trinket or jewellery box in an Art Nouveau style. The hinged gilt lid is decorated with a repousse frieze of foliage. (1911).
A very attractive enamel and silver gilt jewellery box. The hinged lid has pale green enamel with a sunburst engine turned pattern. The rectangular curved body is plain and has four cast scroll feet. The interior velvet lining is original and the enamel is perfect. (1939).