A 19th century coromandel wood veneered brass edged dressing or jewellery box.
The box interior is fitted with ten glass jars and boxes that have silver plated tops and a lift out tray that holds a set of mother of pearl handled manicure tools and button hooks.
The box has a release button at the back of the interior that opens a spring loaded drawer in the base.
The drawer has a blue velvet and silk lined ring and watch tray.
The underside of the lid is blue velvet lined and drops forward to reveal a correspondance folder and a lift out mirror.
The box has a brass plate in the centre of the lid with the name C A Lamont and the date 1871.
The box and fittings are in good condition with a small hole in the velvet and the lift out mirror has some foxing to the mirror plate. (Circa 1871)
Height 18.5cm (7.3 inches)
Width 30.5cm (12 inches)
Depth 23cm (9 inches)
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