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Halcyon Days Enamels Trinket Box - Vauxhall Gardens Ltd. Ed. Percy Shelley
It looks like 'The Pleasure Gardens at Vauxhall in the eighteenth century' lived up to its name. This enameled trinket box by Halcyon Days Enamels depicts the lively goings-on at Vauxhall Hall. There's strolling, drinking, dancing, bowing, flirting and chit-chat going on all around the sides and top of the box.
The miniature box was a limited edition...this one is number 728/1000.
The inside lid says... 'The Pleasure Gardens at Vauxhall in the eighteenth century.' Inside the bottom of the box is a quote by Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792 - 1822...'Are we not formed as notes of music are, for one another, though dissimilar.'
The box measures 3 inches across by 2 1/4 inches wide by 1 3/8 inches high. (This is the larger of the miniature boxes).
The base is marked...Halcyon Days LTD - London - Bilston Enamel - The Vauxhall Gardens Box - No. 728 from a Limited Edition of 1000 - Bilston and Battersea Enamels."
This highly collectible enamel box has a secure brass hardware clasp and trim. It's in excellent vintage condition with no issues.
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