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GEORGE II SILVER & CAPPUCCINO AGATE SNUFF BOX

John Carman II, London, c1752

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of modified shell shape, the silver-mounted snuff box centering cappuccino banded agate surrounded by

finely engraved rococo foliate & shell border; the silver gilt interior marked I . C to the base

 (Grimwade #3628, registered 1752, and a larger 1758)

Condition : Good to excellent, with two minute almost imperceptible nicks to the edge of the agate close to the collar

 

2.75in. Wide / Overall Weight 1.8 oz.

 

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#6307

 

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Also See :

 

George II Silver & Cappuccion Agate Snuff Box, c1752, John Carman II George I / II Agate-Mounted Silver Snuff Box, Probably English, c1720-30 George I / II Silver & Agate Table Snuff / Tobacco Box, c1720-30

 

George I / II Agate-Mounted Silver Snuff Box

Probably English, c1720-30

2.8" long / 1.5 oz

George I / II Silver & Agate Table Snuff Box

England, c1730-40, Unmarked

4" Wide x 2-3/4” Deep x 1-3/8” High

6.5 Total oz.

George II Silver & Cappuccino Agate Rococo Engraved Snuff Box

John Carman II, London, c1752

2.75in. Wide / Overall Weight 1.8 oz.

 

 

 

 

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George II Engraved Silver & Cappuccino Agate Snuff Box, John Carman II, London, England, c1752