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A French enamel box and three others, circa 1860.

Of cartouche form with beaded borders, the lid with a reserve of flowers on the turquoise enamel ground surrounded by scattered silver and gold paillon leaves, 9cm.

Two small circular boxes by Marston &  Bayliss with views of Burghley on the lids, within translucent turquoise borders; one showing the Northwest front and the other, the Bottle Lodges, 3.5cm.

An American silver-gilt box enamelled in dark green within beaded borders, 4.3cm.

 

REFERENCE: VER12065

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