of large size and unusual shape with geometric Moorish design; handcrafted Khatam wooden box with delicate micro-mosaic marquetry of precious wood and mother of pearl; perfect for a dressing or jewelry box; excellent condition
each painted canister adorned overall with painted figures amid a gilded and painted landscape; resting on later ebonized turned wooden bases; overall good antique condition with wear and patination to surface; rewired
of rectangular shape with canted corners this cut-crystal trinket box with a hinged lid; adorned overall with finely chased doré bronze mounts; good antique condition with some very minor chipping; a jewel of a box of first quality
The Standard Electric Time Company (est. Springfield, Massachusetts, 1884) was the oldest manufacturer of electric clocks in the United States; own a piece of history with this large marble clock with iron Roman numerals.