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Charles II silver filigree counter box circa 1680.

Delightful Charles II silver filigree counter box.
Circa 1680.

The delicate filigree engraving of flowers on the top of the push up lid is protected by a twisted silver band. The push up lid has a small knob to facilitate removal of the lid.
This box was used to hold gambling counters, today it could be used for storing rings or even pills and would make a charming addition to any dressing table.

Diameter: 1.5 inches (3.8cm)
Weight: 0.54 troy ounces (16.8 grams)
Circa 1680
Very good, the base on the inside is rather roughly constructed to support the filligree sides..