This hinged trinket box is graced with a bouquet of flowers on top and single flowers on the sides. What is interesting is that the mark on the back is rather rare. It is the first mark with the Henneberg Coat of Arms and was registered under no 429 100 on February 12, 1931. This mark was only used until 1938.
The condition of the box is very good: there are no cracks or chips. There is one small glazing point on the top and the metal closure has some gilt loss.
Measurements are: 5” by 3” and 1 ¾” tall.