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Central

Maker:  School of Arts & Crafts. A silver box and lid 1932 - Circular box

Description: 

Central School of Arts & Crafts. A silver box and lid 1932 - Circular box, rim of lid is cracked. Engraved around the lid: 'O sweet fancy let her loose/Summers joys are spoilt by use/And the enjoying of the Spring fades as does its blossoming' (from Keats' Fall of Hyperion). 11.2cm diam.

ID:  60661

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