1890's Fox Hunter & Dog Transferware Porcelain Patch Box, Snuff Box
This is a wonderful small Staffordshire English pottery round hinged patch box, trinket box, snuff box, pin box, dresser box or jewellery box. It is strong and sturdy and made of a white porcelain ironstone. The top has a lovely iconic transfer ware English scene of a fox hunter and his dog.
This palm size antique box is 2 and 3/8 x 1 and 6/8 inches. A brass fitting, hinge and snap opening are present. Click images to see condition in close up views. There are two gold gilded or gilt circular bands around top, slightly rubbed and light in tone, as seen in photos. It dates from the 1890's and was found in Topsham, Devon, England.
Size: Round, 2 and 3/8 x 1 and 6/8 inches
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