We are passionate about antique silver and Scandinavian jewelry.
Renowned Eric Scott Robberts Stockholm 1973. Sterling Silver Pendant ...
Mid Century 1948 Solid Silver Scarf Brooch. Renowned Kaplan, Stockholm.
Bengt Hallberg Sterling Silver Rock Crystal 1962 Early Modernist Ring. Wow.
year 1888. Antique 18k Gold Turquoise Ring. Royal Jeweller CG Hallberg ...
Large Solid Silver Pendant by Famous Modernist Alton, Sweden 1971. ...
Georg Jensen Vintage 1940s Sterling Silver Cufflinks, design #62 A
Beautiful Vintage 18k Gold Turquoise Ring. Eastern Mediterranean, early to ...
year 1956 Rock Crystal and 18k Gold Ring. Renowned Heribert Engelbert for ...
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About UsDear friends!
We are passionate about antique silver, antique boxes, and Scandinavian modernist jewelry. We operate from Sweden, that is why the english sometimes come out a bit funny ;) We like to keep it fun as rubylane is a very nice market place and we have made contact with many wonderful people who share our hobby. We don't sell modern in style pieces, copies, or reproductions. If an item is stated to be from a specific era, then it was made during that time.
We offer hassle free returns, and layaways are welcome. We are happy to answer questions and to send additional photos. We strive for your 5-star feedback rating. If we have not achieved this, please contact us and we'll work it out.
Always insured tracked airmail. Worldwide $10
If you ever come to visit the west coast of Sweden, give us a call, and we guide in the beautiful archipelago.
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Hugs, from Sweden.
//Thomas w friends
Customer reviews on Rubylane:
"Dear Thomas Niklasson, Whoa!!! I love the piece and its expert shipping with silver cloth included. You are someone whom I will revisit as soon as I am in need ( or want) of a classy purveyor of lovely things. It has found a good home and I have found a good and conscientious dealer. I thank you." //Buyer from Chicago, US
"Hello Thomas, I collected my silver pill box from the post
office today and am totally thrilled with it - thank you!" //Buyer from Nuremberg, Germany.
Hello Thomas - just wanted to let you know I received my parcel y'day and am absolutely thrilled with my purchase. It looks right at home nestled in with all my other Georgian goodies. So thanks again and best wishes, // Buyer from Albury, Australia.
The package arrived just now!!! Yay! I love this piece! It is really very very nice. Thank you again for your discount. It was a pleasure doing business with you. I have already told friends about your shop and I'll be checking in regularly. //Buyer from Rockford, US
Antiquesilverboxes exceeded my expectations in every way. The prices are fair and the jewelry beautiful quality items. I even received a little gift with my purchase. Quick shipping and excellent communication with a friendly and helpful seller. Truly a 5 star shop! //Buyer from Norway
Condition terms defined.
Excellent: Any flaws on the front are only visible when viewed closely at certain angles or under a loupe, and all flaws are minor, like surface scratches or minor tarnishing.
Great: Minor flaws are visible when looking normally at the piece but the flaws are still insignificant to the enjoyment of the piece, like some tarnish on the front. Under close inspection through a loupe there may be a chip off a stone or a slight crack here or there, but those will be described in the condition section and will not be eye-visible.
Good: There may a crack, chip, strong tarnish, damage to the back of the piece, but overall the piece can still be enjoyed.
Fair to Poor: We very very seldom sell these pieces, but in the rare circumstances that we do, there will be an even fuller and more explicit description.
"If in some very special heaven there is a register of the things which people have given each other, small silver boxes must rank high on the list. Men of all ranks and stations have given them to each other. Women gave special silver boxes to their fathers and loved ones. Kings have used them to convey gratitude to courtiers and honour to ambassadors. States and cities, grateful for rescue from sacking or oblivion, have bestowed them upon generals and admirals. Heroic deeds have been commemorated with them, secrets confined to their hidden panels. Most of them have change hands many times, and the tiniest of them will at some time or other have perhaps carried an intolerably heavy cargo of joys or sighs."