A Sterling Silver Jewellery Box or CasketSOLD

This Sterling Silver casket is of excellent quality and design. It has a lock (but no key) and was originally intended as a Jewelry box. 
It is simply stamped sterling, and is guaranteed solid silver. It is probably American, and judging by the wear I would think it was made around 1900 to 1920. 

The casket measures 7 inches long by 6 inches tall and has no damage or repair. 

A very fine piece of antique silver, which could be used as it was intended, or simply as a fine decorative item. 

Type: box
Function: decorative silver


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