17th century Antique Silver Counter Box
Date: Circa 1690
An antique silver counter box of typical cylindrical form. The hand engraved decoration is very unusual having a finely worked...Buy NowEnquire
An antique silver counter box of typical cylindrical form. The hand engraved decoration is very unusual having a finely worked matted and hatched background. The pull-off cover is decorated with the Tudor rose, the sides with cherubs, fruit and foliage.
Weight approx.10 grams, 0.4 troy ounces.
Diameter 2.1cm. Height 1.8cm
Literature. Counter boxes contained a number of disks, commonly stamped or engraved with portraits of English monarchs, that were used as game markers and counting devices. Counter boxes were rarely marked.
This charming little box is in very good condition with moderate wear consistent with age. The engraving still has good definition.
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