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Silver Box with Machined Finish*
Late Art Deco silver box made by the prestigious silversmiths and jewellers Mappin & Webb.
A simple rectangular shape with a hinged lid decorated with a fine machine finish pattern framed by a ribbed border.
Lined with wood and originally intended as a cigarette box but perfectly suitable for other items such as jewellery or small trinkets
18 cm wide by 9 deep and a fraction below 5 cm high. With a London hallmark for 1948 and showing the Mappin & Webb maker’s mark.