A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.
A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.
A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.
A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.
A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.

A fine George IV Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1829 by Edward Smith.

1829 Birmingham

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£425 gbp
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The Snuff Box is of slender broad rectangular form. The cover and base are decorated with engine turned designs and the sides with reeding. This example displays a floral and foliate cast thumb piece and the cover also displays an oblong cartouche engraved with the contemporary inscription " From a Friend to Rev D. Cole". The interior is well marked and displays very fine original gilding.

Length: 2.75 inches, 6.88cm.
Width: 1.1 inches, 2.75cm.
Height: 0.55 inches, 1.38cm.
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