Description and Details
This Engine Turned solid silver card case was made during the Victorian era by renowned silversmith George Unite of Birmingham in 1876.
The card case a fully engine-turned design on both sides with a single round cartouche in the centre.
The case features an unmonogrammed cartouche - ideal for adding personal initials/engravings.
The hinge and lid of the case function well with a tight closure that will keep all contents inside safely. The case will fit modern credit/debit cards, business cards and a few folded banknotes.
Full set of hallmarks are clearly present on the inner side of the bezel on which the lid closes upon.
A wonderful solid silver card case for anyone looking to add a piece of practical and fine silverware to their collection, or as a gift to someone special. Ideal for both display or practical usage - a subtle yet indulging way of standing out from the usual wallets and cases to the modern era.
- Size (mm) L:95mm W:65mm H:6mm
- Size (inches) L:3.74 W:2.55 H:0.23
- Weight: 58 grams (2.04 oz)
Good Condition - The card case is in good antique condition with no major damage or issues. One small ding is present as shown in the last image for accuracy, however, this is minor and does not affect the usage of the case. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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