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Silver Jewellery Casket*
Pretty little solid silver jewellery casket on four raised feet.
Rectangular in form with a hinged lid shaped at the front and showing beaded detail at the edges. Further fine beading is embossed in an oval in the centre of the top and in two bands all round the casket.
The interior is lined with a rich blue velvet and has a fitted section for rings to one side.
Hallmarked Sheffield 1920 and showing the maker’s mark of Charles Clement Pilling of the silversmiths Sibray, Hall & Co. whose workshops were located in St. Mary’s Road, Sheffield.
Measuring a fraction under 15 cm wide across the lid and just over 10 cm from front to back.