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A very rare & unusual George III Snuff Box made in Birmingham in 1820 by Joseph Willmore.


The Snuff Box is broad rectangular in form with rounded ends. The cover and base are decorated with most unusual Gothic engine turning. The edge also displays a chased base of flower heads, foliate motifs and shells. The cover displays an oval flap lid with sunburst design around a vacant cartouche, all surrounded by a chased frame. This is a particularly rare design and this specific box is illustrated in Silver Boxes by Eric Delieb 2002 edition, Plate 185, Page 116.

Length: 3.45 inches, 8.6cm.

Width: 2.1 inches, 5.25cm.