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A group of silver novelty boxes, etc. Comprising: 925 box as a wrapped candy; 925 wirework box as a rattan chair; 925 box as a domed woven case; 925 box... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • A group of silver novelty boxes, etc. Comprising:
    925 box as a wrapped candy; 925 wirework box as a rattan chair; 925 box as a domed woven case; 925 box as a lady's purse; 925 pair of dice in a wirework cage with pendant ... [more like this]
  • A group of silver novelty boxes, etc. Comprising:
    925 box as a wrapped candy; 925 wirework box as a rattan chair; 925 box as a domed woven case; 925 box as a lady's purse; 925 pair of dice in a wirework cage with pendant ... [more like this]
  • A DUTCH SILVER NOVELTY BOX in the form of
    a violin with chased figures, a box in the form of a three legged table and two other Dutch silver boxes (4) ... [more like this]
  • A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY BOX modelled
    in the form of a book, with a tooled spine, the hinged cover revealing a gilt interior, bearing an armorial, by JB, London 1898, 4" wide. See illustration £100-200 ... [more like this]
  • Group of 5 Sterling Silver Novelty Pieces
    Unger Brothers (American (New Jersey) 1872-1914), Simons Brothers (American (Pennsylvania) founded 1840), La Pierre Mfg. Co. (American (New York) founded 1888), Empire Silver ... [more like this]
  • Asian Silver Novelties inc. Golf picks Group
    of Asian figural silver table novelties. 1st item: 6 Cocktail Picks in the form of miniature golf clubs in a golfing bag, bag 3-1/4" H. 2nd and 3rd items: 2 groups of 6 cocktail ... [more like this]
  • Japanese silver novelty salts, 24 pcs. Large
    group of assorted Japanese sterling and .950 silver figural novelty salt and pepper shakers. Includes 4 figural Samisen salts, 4-1/4" L; 2 in the form of parasols with detachable ... [more like this]
  • A group of eight silver novelty items Comprising:
    sterling hexagonal tower form spice box; sterling pear form box, #25381, Tiffany & Co.; Mexican sterling miniature sombrero; Japanese sterling temple form caster; Norwegian ... [more like this]
  • Engine turned jewellery box, 5.5" wide, London
    1918; together with another silver jewellery box, stylised powder box with tortoiseshell lid on tapered legs (a.f), silver mounted comb, silver mounted dressing brush, trinket ... [more like this]
  • Assorted silver novelties, including a Tiffany
    & Co. Funnel 3 1/4 in. H., 2 in. Diam.; Tiffany pill box modeled as a hex bolt, 1 1/2 in. H.; 6 Tiffany cocktail picks, modeled as swords (unmarked, but with original box ... [more like this]
  • A group of various novelty boxes and other
    silver items to include a snuff box, John Shaw, Birmingham1811, of curved rectangular form; a chain mail small purse; a patch box; a shoe pin cushion; a slim vesta case, ... [more like this]
  • SEVEN SILVER NOVELTY ITEMS Late 19th-to-Mid-20th
    CenturySterling silver unless otherwise noted. 1) Norwegian powder horn-form pomander. Height 2.25. 2) Miniature rocking chair. Height 1.25". 3) Miniature andiron. Height ... [more like this]
  • A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER NOVELTY PEN WIPE
    in the form of a boot scraper by Samson Morden & Co, London 1893, and assorted other silver items to include a small box, a cylindrical box, mustard, various spoons, a set ... [more like this]
  • Property of various owners Including: sterling
    novelty moon face smoker's lamp, # 52, Dominick & Haff, dated 1892, length: 4 3/4in; German 800 standard silver set of 6 spriral fluted small beakers, height: 1 3/4in; ... [more like this]
  • Five miniature figural sterling silver novelties
    and boxes; bird in branches, embossed bottle, banded fish, owl with frog match safe, and lutist with ladies (German .830) box. Owl 2 3/5"H. ... [more like this]
  • FIVE TIFFANY & CO. AND OTHER ASSORTED SILVER
    NOVELTY/LUXURY ITEMS. Pair Tiffany & Co. bicycle clips, Tiffany sterling perpetual calendar engraved with "Cheers" television series logo, Gorham Co. sterling silver yo-yo, ... [more like this]
  • A group of two sterling novelty pill boxesWilliam
    B. Meyers Co., Newark, NJ As a basket of flowers and a circular box in the Asian taste; together with a hand made rectangular box with maker's mark FD(conjoined) over 925; ... [more like this]
  • 212. A Boxed Victorian Silver Novelty Serving
    Set, Sheffield, ca. 1875 In the form of a miniature sterling silver and ivory spade and fork with engraved designs on the silver, each with a Sheffield mark, date mark ... [more like this]
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    13cm diameter; a Sterling silver miniature novelty jockey cap caddy spoon, with vacant cartouche and a Sterling silver cigar box, Smith & Smith, of plain rectangular form, ... [more like this]
  • Silver novelty pin cushion in the from of
    a two handled basket, two silver miniature photo frames, silver plated perfume holder and two pill boxes ... [more like this]

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