Large American Nakara Dresser Box, C.F Monroe Co. circa 1890
This large round American opalware glass Nakara jewelry box is by the C.F. Monroe company out of Meridian, Connecticut. It is hand painted with two delightful cherubs in the clouds surrounded by flowers touched with a blush of pink and highlighted with raised white enamel dots over an olive green background. This jewel box features the original beige fabric lining and hinged ormolu mounts.
Marked: Nakara, C.F.M. Co. on bottom – for C. F Monroe, the founder and maker of Nakara from Meridian, Connecticut, USA.
Measures: 8 inches in Diameter x 3 3/4 inches high.
ExcellentCondition: Liner is exceptional, hinge works well and there is no chips or cracks.
A beautiful Victorian vase in a pink pearl colour with a green crimped rim, it dates circa 1870. It is beautifully glass blown with a continuous swirl and wave pattern. The form is a unique hourglass shape.
Measures: 6 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (unpolished pontil mark on bottom)
American Mother of Pearl Satin Glass Box for ‘Collars & Cuffs’ c. 1870
American Mother of Pearl Satin Glass Box for ‘Collars & Cuffs’ circa 1870
This is a lovely American satin glass box with a delightful hand painted design featuring ‘Collars and Cuffs’, delicate pink flowers and gold accents. The sky blue satin glass has a diamond pattern.
This is a joyful, yet splendid hinged box perfect for use during these modern times to organize jewelry and corral small objects. Dates circa 1870.