Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Cigar Boxes and Cigarette Cases
Unusual handsome looking oak and silver plated rectangular cedar lined cigar or trinket box with silver plated mounts and central handle and two hinged lids. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1900).
A very stylish Art Deco style silver plated rectangular trinket or cigarette box. The hinged lid has an engine turned sunburst pattern, plain body and is lined with cedar. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1940).
A very charming Victorian electroformed silver plated cigarette or trinket box in a rectangular form. The hinged lid has joyous scenes of people dancing and drinking and the body is embossed with floral and garland decoration. The inside is lined with cedarwood. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1890).
A very impressive large rectangular silver William Comyns & Son Ltd cigar or trinket box with a hinged engine turned pattern lid and a central horse crest in the cartouche. Cedar wood lined and a completely plain body. In very good original condition. (1936).
Handsome large rectangular table silver cigar or trinket box. Solid hinged lid engine turned design with an empty rectangular cartouche and cast floral thumbpiece. Plain body with a cedar wood lining. In good original condition. (1931).
A very stylish rectangular antique silver cigar pocket case with an engine turned reeded design body and an empty central circular cartouche. (1919)
A very handsome large rectangular silver cigar or trinket box with a hinged engine turned and floral border lid and cedar wood lined. The engine turned pattern body has an empty plain cartouche and stands on four curved bracket feet. (1964).
A very stylish Victorian silver cigar case in a rectangular form. The body is in a spiral form with a push button clasp and gilt interior. In very good original condition. (1889).
A very good quality rectangular Adie Brothers silver cigar or cigarette box with a hinged crested solid lid, cedar wood lined and gilt inside. In very good original condition without inscriptions. (1932).
A very handsome Elkington & Co rectangular silver pocket cigar case with a very unusual engine turned pattern on both sides of the sprung cover and with a central thumb push button. Internally gilt with the inscription - From His Old Colleagues 1923. In very good original condition. (1922).