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Matthews, England; A monogramed English box, c. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Wendell T. A gleaming collection of earlyth-century English ring boxes illustrates the various motifs, hand-engravings, and shapes produced for the market. See how they were featured in a charming country wedding.
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This exceptional antique George V sterling silver jewellery box has a plain rectangular form. The surface of the body and sides of the cover are embellished with impressive engine turned decoration. The impressive hallmarked hinged solid silver cover is fitted with a rounded thumbpiece to the anterior surface and retains the original gilded interior. The upper portion of the cover is embellished with a panel of engine turned decoration, identical to that of the body and encompassed with an engraved Greek Key style fret border. The body of this fine s jewellery box retains the original cedar wood lining and compartmentalised with a bespoke navy blue velvet fitment which has a central well and two integrated ring holders to either side.
Get a brief history of these spectacular items, and see some of our favorite user-submitted boxes! Though there are some jewelry boxes that date back to as early as the 4th century, most of the jewelry boxes as we know them came into existence around the late 19th, early 20th century. Like so many other items, jewelry boxes were made more widely-available by the Industrial Revolution. The most common type, known as a jewelry casket, is a rectangular box usually made of metal, wood, porcelain or plastic.