Comprising; two rectangular boxes, both wooden lined within, a cylindrical jar and cover, decorated with floral and foliate sprays, a sauceboat, a circular dish, mounted with an India one rupee 1906, a napkin ring, mounted with Indian coins, a plated napkin ring and a plated spoon
|Estimate:||£80 - £120|
Condition report: weight of cylindrical jar and cover 162gms. The jar and cover - several dents to the foot. Cover fits nice and tightly. A few ents to the body and cover but hardly noticeable. Height 8.5cm no apparent marks. Larger rectangular box with detachable cover - several small but some sharp dents to the lid and the base. Smaller box - no wooden lining within the lid. Hinge a bit distorted, front on one side is raised when closed. Monogram engraved. Two or three minor shallow dents. Sauce boat - small dent to lip - has inscription to the side but is otherwise good condition. Spoon - plating is worn. Triangular napkin ring - has split. Dish with coin - good condition, diameter 10.3cm. Circular napkin ring - split.