C.1830 Georgian era to very earliest Victorian era needle case, box, made in England and structured like a miniature knife box. The interior still has the dividers into which sets of needles would have been stored. Beautiful coloration, very nice throughout. The box is 2 3/4" tallest, and approximately 1 3/4" widest to 1" narrowest.
Very good to excellent for age and type, it has a slight separation on inside lid in the area of clasp (no edging), and otherwise just signs of its age. It is 200 years old, give or take 10. Lovely old thing!
(shipped only out of Utah location, and not internationally, nor to CA, WA, OR, NY, NJ, or NE)
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