Boxes – 16th November 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
56 A rosewood jewellery box converted to a medical box, silver-plated items, a mantel clock and a picture (1 box) 30 40
241 A sarcophagus-shaped Regency sewing box with mother of pearl inlay 50 70
276 A Victorian dome-top stationary box 40 60
278 A late Georgian/early Victorian spice tin of cylindrical form with domed lid and swing handle enclosing six spice bays with central grater,11cm x 18cmDia, 20 40
286 A 19th century sarcophagus-shaped mahogany tea caddy with painted paper lining, the two compartments having pearlised pin-head knobs, with unrelated glass mixing centre bowl, 16cmH x 29.5cmW x 14.5cmD 30 50
295 A Regency rosewood box-strung tea caddy of sarcophagus form, with ornate pressed brass ring handles, the interior fitted with two hinged caddies, lacking glass mixing bowl, 16cmH x 31cmW x 16cmD 30 50
336 A 19th century brass inlaid lignum vitae writing slope, the lid with brass plaque inscribed  ‘Presented To The Rev’d Attwood by The Teachers and Scholars of Blackford School Xmas 1895’  opening to reveal a black tooled leather slope, two inkwells, pen tray and stamp box 16cmH x 35cmW x 24cmD 50 70
367 Three graduated wooden fishmonger’s boxes 30 40
454 An early 20th century Gothic-style carved box (a/f) 20 40
456 A Victorian rosewood writing slope (a/f) 20 30
485 A Domino box containing mother-of-pearl gaming counters 40 60
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