A gorgeous, highly unusual Edwardian sterling silver & Scottish agate trinket dish.
Fully hallmarked Birmingham 1904 with makers stamp C&N, the renowned Crisford & Norris.
The lid is a beautiful example of period silversmithing; superbly chased & engraved leaves to the silver, with inlaid segments of agate, leaf shaped and in autumnal colours. Completed with a pie crust border.
The dish is hand made from cut glass and again, is beautifully designed.
The inner lid is gilded as a further mark of quality.
Measurements: 5.5" by 1.75" with a depth of 1.25".
Total weight: 177.7gms
Weight in silver: 50.3gms.
Perfect items for collectors of period agate or silver pieces.
Will enhance any dressing table and perfect for holding trinkets or small jewellery items.
In good antique condition; there is a kink to one end of silver protruding inner rim (see images)...of no detriment.
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A rare find indeed.
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