Edwardian silver trinket pot with flowers & scrolls edging Chester 1902

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A wonderful Edwardian oval trinket box in solid silver.  The hinged top opens and closes smoothly and has a plain polished top decorated with a very pretty border of swags and flowers around the edge. The body of the box is a lovely plain polished silver with a small rim to the base, and the interior is lighted gilded with a most attractive pale lemon yellow finish.

A very attractive and nicely proportioned box in which to keep small trinkets and treasures.

Hallmarks: Very clear hallmarks are visible to the underneath of the box for the Chester Assay Office, 1902 with makers mark for  James Deakin & Sons, and Lion Passant indicating the finest sterling silver.   Partial hallmarks can also be seen on the lid lip.

Condition: there is a tiny pin prick hole to the decorative border, but otherwise the box is in good  antique condition.

Measurements: Height: 2.3 cm   Width:  7.5 cm   Depth: 4.5 cm   Weight: 39.5 grams

Weights and measurements are approximate.

Stock Code: 40351