Description and Details
We are delighted to be able to offer this solid silver card case made by silversmith Taylor and Perry in Birmingham, 1835.
The entirety of the case is engraved with fine floral and acanthus motifs that wonderfully embellish each of the case's sides.
The front features a 'castle top' panel which depicts Abbotsford House of Sir Walter Scott on the Scottish Border.
The lid opens up on the top to allow several cards, banknotes or small items to be stored within - modern business cards, credit cards, membership cards will fit sizewise.
The reverse side presents a continued engraved floral design with a central cartouche which is engraved with a crest.
The case is fully hallmarked with the maker's mark, date mark (1835), silver lion, Georgian head and the Birmingham assay mark.
- Size (mm) L:95mm W:65mm
- Size (inches) L:3.74 W:2.55
- Weight: 85 grams (3.0 oz)
Great Condition - The case is in great antique condition with no major damage - for sake of accuracy, very small dents are present on the bottom corners which are barely noticeable. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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