Attributed to Samson and Co. (Paris, 1873-1957)
An antique, shield shaped, enamel box, with blue base; the hinged lid with a comical scene of a man falling from a horse drawn coach titled: Coaching. Note: Samson is more known for porcelain production but the company was later expanded by the founder's son to include the reproduction of 18th century English enamels. Literature: Susan Benjamin, English Enamel Boxes.
19th century W 2 D 1.75 H 1.25 in.