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A French two-colour gold snuff box
Maker:  Maker Unknown
A French two-colour gold snuff box, Paris 1766, oval, the lid centred with a foliate rosette reserved against a flower-filled trellis ground, bound by a raised laurel leaf border, the base en suite, the sides with swags on a trellis ground, the lid later set with a diamond, the interior with dedication inscription to the Marquess of Downshire dated 1856, charge and discharge mark of Jean Jacques Prevost, Maker's mark rubbed, width 9cms
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Yorkshire And The Humber
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