Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Second half of 19th century, each in rectangular form, the largest with inlaid ivory escutcheon, linear dark wood inlay to lid and sides, lion ring handle mounts, divided interior; the second with light and dark wood chevron inlay, shaped brass escutcheon and ring handle mount to lid, shaped skirt, the previously divided interior now open; the third with lightwood edge linear inlay, brass round escutcheon and oval foliate ring handle mount, divided and lidded interior with center cut glass dish. All appear unmarked.
7 x 14 x 6 3/4 in. largestFrom the Estate of the late Ann M. Vaden, Greensboro, North Carolina
Some scattered veneer cracks and small areas of veneer and inlay loss; expected wear and loss to interior paper and lining; all without keys.