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Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824
Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824 Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824

Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824

£295.00

English antique sterling silver snuff box of generous proportions, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1824,the makers mark may be that of Coventry case maker Thomas Spicer who registered an identical mark.

The gilt is intact to the inside base but most has worn on the lid’s inside.

Some loss of tension to lid, the lid has been engraved at some point and later erased, when moved around in the light, light bruising can be seen on the lid.

Base area is 100% immaculate with no wear.

Measures 78x49x18mm.

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Description

Antique Sterling Silver Snuff Box, possibly Thomas Spicer, Birmingham 1824

English antique sterling silver snuff box of generous proportions, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1824,the makers mark may be that of Coventry case maker Thomas Spicer who registered an identical mark.

The gilt is intact to the inside base but most has worn on the lid’s inside.

Some loss of tension to lid, the lid has been engraved at some point and later erased, when moved around in the light, light bruising can be seen on the lid.

Base area is 100% immaculate with no wear.

Measures 78x49x18mm.

DATE 1824
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK possibly Thomas Spicer
ASSAY OFFICE Birmingham
WEIGHT (Grammes) 107
WEIGHT (Troy) 3.44
REF:- 668N

Additional information

Origin

English

Period

George IV 1820-1830

Sponsor/Maker

possibly Thomas Spicer

REF CODE

668N