English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884

This is a beautiful English sterling silver case that would have been used to carry business or calling cards, inside the case, there are single day pages and a mechanical pencil in the center for notes. The lining for this wonderful case is a water blue silk. The case opens and closes with a hinged snap.

The hallmarks date the card case to 1884, Birmingham England.

One of the hallmarks is the Queen Victoria tariff/duty stamp. Note that the queen's face is facing left to distinguish from Elizabeth II, which faces right.

The initials ‘DBS’ can be found on the top. Measurements: 3 3/4 inches long, 2 3/4 inches and 3/16 inches in depth. This surface and the back cover have an exquisite hand engraving.

This sterling case could have been carried in a small purse and could be used. The card area is perfect for the cards used today. This is a stunning English Sterling Silver Case that could be used.

ITEM ID
SL-006437
STYLE
Victorian
AGE
Late 19th Century
COLOR
Silver
TYPE
Holloware
ORIGIN
England • English
ITEM TYPE
Antique

English Victorian Sterling Silver Card Case, Birmingham, 1884

$925

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