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Victorian Sterling-Silver Flexible Fish Snuff Holder

Victorian Sterling-Silver Flexible Fish Snuff Holder

Victorian Sterling-Silver Flexible Fish Snuff Holder (I have one of these and didn't know what it was! Was turned into a evening purse/clutch)

Victorian silverplated biscuit barrel, 19th century England

Victorian silverplated biscuit barrel, 19th century England

Victorian Silver Plated Folding Biscuit Box 1880 Fenton Brothers Stock ID 6999 | eBay

Victorian Silver Plated Folding Biscuit Box 1880 Fenton Brothers stock id 6999

Victorian Silver Plated Folding Biscuit Box 1880 Fenton Brothers Stock ID 6999 | eBay

antique biscuit box english, c.1880

Platinum or Gold-Plated Sterling Silver Swarovski Zirconia Three-Row Eternity Ring

Gorham sterling ball thread holder  ..just imagine the needlework that came from this lovely thread holder...

Gorham sterling ball thread holder - Perhaps not that shiny, wooden would be nice, wooden, folklore painted, with dragons :-D But the idea of having scissors deliberately attached to the string holder.

Spice box; Maker: W. R.,London (ca. 1602), Culture: British, London, Medium: Silver

The intricate ornament on this scallop-shaped box reflects the late Elizabethan taste for Antwerp Mannerism; indeed, many specialized workers active in London’s goldsmiths’ trade came from the Spanish Netherlands

After starting out as a modest fancy goods retailer on lower Broadway, Charles Henry Tiffany established Tiffany, Young & Ellis in 1841 and began to manufacture silver pieces ten years later. This ornate water pitcher, circa 1850, decorated with an elaborate Chinese landscape, was one of the earliest silver objects Tiffany sold.

This ornate water pitcher, circa decorated with anelaborate Chinese landscape, was one of the earliest silver objects Tiffany& sold pitcher.

Coin silver cream pitcher in a "landscape" pattern by Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore c1845 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Coin silver cream pitcher in a "landscape" pattern by Andrew Ellicott Warner, Baltimore (Metropolitan Museum of Art)