sewing box in rosewood veneer, gold and silver, Restoration period

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Precious rectangular sewing box in rosewood veneer called. Uncovered, it presents a mirror with braids on the back of the lid. This charming sewing set is lined with moire and pink velvet and is composed of two small square porcelain bottles with openwork polychrome flowers, marked "L" on the bottom, a removable rectangular pad supporting two spools of gold thread and finely chiseled with a central chiseled cartridge-shaped, overhung by a button. A central tray on a raised base holds five sewing items: a gold thimble and needle case, both stamped "BL" (8g) finely chased, a silver passe-lacet, a gold mounted punch and a pair of small embroidery scissors. The different tools are engraved with the master goldsmith VD (1819-1838). This early 19th century sewing box is closed by a small key.

Circa: 1830

Dim: W: 19cm, D: 13cm, H: 8cm.
Dim: W: 7,5in, D: 5,1in, H: 3,1in.

Condition report: Good condition. The mirror has a few scratches and a small chisel point. The key is original.

Period: 19th century
Style: Restoration
Materials : Wood, Gold, Silver
LP : 3309
Width : 19 (cm)
Height 8 (cm)
Depth 13 (cm)
Delivery : Free delivery

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