We are swooning over this Edwardian Silver repousse flower ring box. Crafted out of an impressive 31 grams of Sterling Silver, the entirety of this striking piece is adorned with repousse floral detailing.
Dating back to 1902, we can just envision her being used in the early 20th century as a loving home for someone's most precious rings. Brimming with character, there is no better piece to instantly connect you to the Edwardian era.
This antique ring box would make a wonderful project for someone to transform her into a multi-ring stack box, upholster her to give her a new lease of life and she will be ready to be cherished for a lifetime.
ERA: Edwardian c.1902.
MEASUREMENTS: Box is 82mm long x 35.5mm wide x 26mm deep.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: Lion Passant, Sheffield Assay, Date letter "B" for the year 1902, obscured maker's marks on inside base of the box. Sheffield Assay, Date letter "B" for the year 1902 on inside lid.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
FAIR TO GOOD: This Edwardian Silver embossed flower ring box is in good condition throughout. She opens smoothly, but please note she doesn't shut with a "click", however she does shut firmly. There are some pin holes present, but this is expected in repousse work of her age! Although she has some dings at her base, she sits flat and stands tall. It is possible that in her past life she may have had upholstering inside, a perfect project for someone to reinstate in the present day. A divine new home for your most special antique pieces - what's not love?