Antique Dutch Silver

Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891

Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891

Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891   Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891
Antique Dutch silver vesta case in the shape of a cupboard with decorated engraving of animal and farmland scenery with children playing. Imported in London by Louis Landsberg in 1890 Made in Netherlands, late 19th century. Imported in London by Louis Landsberg in 1890 On the bottom there are three Dutch pseudo marks: 930, D and VB, Official Dutch marks: standard mark lion, assay office mark minerva head with (export) key. Dimensions: Depth : 3.8 cm Width : 6 cm Height : 10.1 cm Weight: 165 grams Condition: General usage, no damage, excellent and pleasant condition, please see pictures. The item "Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891" is in sale since Wednesday, February 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cigarette/Vesta Cases". The seller is "foe0101" and is located in Braintree. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Product: Cigarette/ Vesta Cases
  • Composition: Sterling Silver

Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891   Antique Dutch silver vesta case with London import marks, 1891