Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Jewellery and Trinket Boxes
A super quality Atkin Brothers antique circular silver plated biscuit or trinket box manufactured with a thick gauge of material with a hinged lid, plain body and Celtic revival style border. In very good silver plated condition. (Circa 1890).
A decorative small oval Victorian silver plated jewellery box standing on four turned beaded feet with a hinged lid and decorated with repousse figural scenes of hunting and drinking. The interior retains the original mauve velvet lining. In original good silver condition. (Circa 1880).
An elegant completely plain antique shaped silver jewellery box with cast applied floral and scroll feet, a gilt hinged lid and pink velvet lining. In very good condition. (1917).
A very good quality rectangular antique silver plated jewellery box with a completely plain hinged shaped domed lid and lined internally with a dark green velvet. The body has an egg and dart style border and stands on four gargoyle cast feet. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1920).
An unusual antique shaped silver jewellery box with a plain body, an engine turned pattern and engraved M in the circular cartouche on the hinged lid, standing on four cast scroll floral feet. In very good condition and the interior is re-lined with mauve velvet. (1917).
A very smart oval shaped plain silver body jewellery box on four cast scroll feet with an engine turned pattern and empty oval cartouche on the hinged lid. The interior is lined with a deep mauve velvet. (1948)
A charming shaped antique silver jewellery box with a plain hinged lid and beaded border, plain body and original dark blue velvet interior standing on four cast scroll feet. (1910).
A stylish large silver jewellery box in a plain circular Chippendale form with a hinged gilt lid, green velvet lining and standing on three cast scroll feet. (1924).
A very stylish large Edwardian silver jewellery or trinket box in a shaped oval form. The hinged lid is decorated with a fine leaf border and engine turned striped leaf pattern with an empty circular cartouche and is gilt on the underside. The green velvet lining has been replaced. (1911).
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).