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This is a charming small antique jewellery box, dating to around 1910. It is complete with its original working lock and key.
This box has a textured maroon leather finish and a decorative white metal escutcheon to the lock. It is complete with its original white metal lock and also its original white metal stop hinges. These prevent the lid from falling back.
The bottom of the box has retained a label which shows the box was won in a newspaper competition. The name of the newspaper was 'Tit-Bits' and this was a weekly paper which included general articles, current affairs and show business gossip, etc. The paper was founded in 1881 by publisher George Newnes, and was in publication right up to 1989.
The interior has its original storage tray at the top, and a larger single compartment beneath. The tray has 3 storage compartments and a ring storage section at the back. The centre compartment has a circular ring that was originally designed to hold a pocket watch. This would now be useful for holding a pendant or locket.
The inside of the lid, bottom of the large compartment, and the side compartments of the tray, all have beautiful watered silk panels. The centre compartment and ring storage section of the tray, have brushed velvet coverings.
The exterior and inner walls of the storage tray, and inner walls of the lid and base compartment, are finished with the same leather as that on the exterior.
This box is in complete original condition and as such it does have some wear here and there. There are some marks/scratches to the leather but none that are very unsightly, and some ink stains in the base compartment.
The box locks securely and the hinges are still in good working order.
The most predominate wear on this box is to the leather covering on the bottom, which obviously wont be seen unless the box is turned over.
Notes About Antique Locks
We would like to make you aware that antique locks can suddenly malfunction at any time.
They are already very old and will naturally have some wear from age and use. We are not responsible for locks that malfunction from further age and use, once the box is purchased.
You can view our full returns policy which includes locks, by visiting our Payments And Returns page.
Please use the following measurements to ensure the box is the right size for your requirements.
Inside Base Compartment:
15.3 by 10.2cm with a 3.6cm depth. (5.0cm depth if the tray is not in situ).
Lift Out Storage Tray:
Side Compartments x 2:
Each 7.0 by 3.6cm with a 2.0cm depth.
7.0cm square with a 3.5cm diameter to the circular section.
The box will be posted FREE within the UK by Next Day Special Delivery.
International postage is just £25, delivered fast within 5-7 working days. Postage is by Royal Mail International Tracked.
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