Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820

Quite a large hand painted porcelian Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seed and nuts which were sucked by the georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820

1780 to 1820 France

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Quite a large hand painted porcelain Bonbonniere in the form of a pugs head, the lid is decorated with a rural scene. These objects were used to house scented seeds and small nuts which were sucked by the Georgians as breath fresheners possibly French Circa 1780 to 1820
Very good
Dimensions
External Height 2.00 inch (5.08 cm)
External Width 2.00 inch (5.08 cm)
External Depth 2.50 inch (6.35 cm)
Weight 3.00oz t (93.30g)
Stock Code
2253
Medium
Porcelian
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