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Snuffbox with seascapes, late 18th century, Switzerland with imitation Paris marks for 1770, museum no. 268-1878 | The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Bequeathed by George Mitchell

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Snuffbox with seascapes, late century, Switzerland with imitation Paris marks for museum no.

EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILVER & AGATE SNUFF BOX Probably English (George I / II), c1720-30, Unmarked. The cartouche-shaped lid over an oval body with concave sides, the whole with chased floral decoration   interspersed with panels of diapering within reeded rims, the cover inset with agate oval, gilt interior

EARLY 18TH CENTURY SILVER & AGATE SNUFF BOX Probably English (George I / II), c1720-30, Unmarked. The cartouche-shaped lid over an oval body with concave sides, the whole with chased floral decoration interspersed with panels of diapering within reeded rims, the cover inset with agate oval, gilt interior

A Continental carved ivory rectangular armorial card case probably French, late 18th century.

A Continental carved ivory rectangular armorial card case probably French, late century.

A vari-color gold and enamel snuff box, probably Swiss, late 18th century

A vari-color gold and enamel snuff box, probably Swiss, late century

Miniature by French Painter | Snuffbox with portrait of a woman, said to be the Princesse de Lamballe | European | The Met

Antique vintage Snuffbox with portrait of a woman, said to be the Princesse de Lamballe. Artist: Miniature by French Painter , ca. 1790 Date: century Culture: European Medium: Gold, enamel, diamonds;

Snuffbox Made Of Gold-Mounted Enamelled Porcelain - Meissen, Germany    c.1755

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Snuffbox, Meissen porcelain factory, c. with later French gold mounts, museum no.

the seventeenth-century box by Le Roy...    Carved from a block of milky chalcedony, this egg, mounted on a gold enameled base, was closely modeled after an eighteenth century casket by Le Roy, now located in Dresden at the Grüne Gewölbe Museum.

the seventeenth-century box by Le Roy. Carved from a block of milky chalcedony, this egg, mounted on a gold enameled base, was closely modeled after an eighteenth century casket by Le Roy, now located in Dresden at the Grüne Gewölbe Museum.

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