Jewelry Box, Trinket Box
1st Half 19th Century
Whitewood with maple, mahogany and rosewood veneers - SOLD
As depicted, rectangular box with fitted interior; removable tray with fitted compartments and lift lid above lower section having two drawers…this tray above deep storage well. The box retaining original lock is raised on projecting molded base resting on brass ball feet; one foot replaced with carved wood foot, with all else fine. (Height: 8.25 inches; width: 12 inches; depth: 9 inches)
818-14 - SOLD
Decoupaged Trinket Box
Daniel L. Thompson - SOLD
As depicted, this box in yellow with near full coverage decoupage decoration. We find a Daniel L. Thompson of Phillipston-Royalston to have been born in 1814 and married 1847. The box remains in very good condition with minor losses and two appropriately replaced feet.
Dimensions: 5-inches high, 12.5-inches wide, 7.5-inches deep.
661-6 - SOLD
Schoolgirl Decorated Slide Lid Box - SOLD
This 2nd quarter of the 19th century figured maple slide lid box is decorated on four sides and top with flowers, fruits and sea shells. The corners are dovetail construction and the interior is separated into four compartments.
Dimensions: 2.5-inches high, 8.25-inches wide, 5-inches deep.
121-150 - SOLD
Box, Brides Box, Bentwood
19th Century - SOLD
A great example of a centuries old Northern European tradition! Brides boxes were a traditional gift a groom would make or have made to present to his bride for her most special possessions, such as her headdress and other small items from her trousseau. The boxes also were known to be part of a bride's dowry. Always colorful the decoration on the box we are offering is especially nice.
Dimensions: 18.5" L by 7.5" H.
191-343 - SOLD
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org