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Vintage

French Porcelain Boxes, S/3

David Friedman Antiques

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French Porcelain  Boxes, S/3
French Porcelain  Boxes, S/3
French Porcelain  Boxes, S/3
French Porcelain  Boxes, S/3

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
porcelain/brass
Size:
1.75" L x 1.25" W x 1" H
Color/Finish:
white/magenta/green/multi

Why We Love This

Set of three French porcelain boxes with brass hinges and thumb clasp decoration. Box #1 is rectangular, has a beautiful peacock design around the body, a feather thumb clasp, and magenta flowers with green leaves. It opens to a hidden flower inside; 2.25"L x 1.25W. Box #2, round, has a magenta and gold cross-hatch on the body with a set of flowers on the lid; 1.5"D x 1"H. Box #3 has a gold dot decorating the magenta body and a floral and gold leaf pattern on the lid; 1.75"L x 1.25"W.
As described by David Friedman Antiques

About David Friedman Antiques

Silversmith, antiquarian, and Southern California native David Friedman blends his artistic aesthetic and more than 40 years of finely honed skills to create his collection of one-of-a-kind restored vintage and antique accents. His Beverly Hills shop drew a clientele of celebrities, Hollywood agents, interior designers, and even former presidents. His studio is now located in beautiful Bellingham, WA, where he personally prepares and restores each carefully selected item.