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ANTIQUE SILVER CIGAR BOXES

The introduction of cigars to the UK can be traced back to 1814, when officers returning from the Peninsular War brought them back as gifts given by officers from the Spanish army. The first silver cigar boxes would have been made shortly after this, but examples from this period are understandably rare, with the majority being made towards the end of the Victorian period and after, when cigars had become more available.

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L2990: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1908

Hallmarked in Chester in 1908 by William Neale & Son Ltd., this handsome, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, with a curved lid, and a cedar lined interior. The cigar box measures 3.5"(9cm) tall, by 9"(23cm) wide, by 6"(15cm) deep.

£1,575

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L0704: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1902

Hallmarked in London in 1902 by Mappin & Webb, this fine quality, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, and features two cedar lined compartments for cigars, rounded edges, and a carrying handle. The cigar box measures 2.75"(7.5cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) wide, by 6.5"(16cm) deep.

£2,175

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L4076: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1910

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1910 by Mappin & Webb, this handsome, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, and features a cedar lined interior. The cigar box measures 3"(7.5cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) wide, by 6.25"(16cm) deep.

£2,175

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L0942: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1900

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1900 by Mappin & Webb, this stylish, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is unusually deep and stands on four lion's paw feet, with two drop ring lion mask handles, and a cedar lined interior. The cigar box measures 4.5"(11cm) tall, by 9"(23cm) wide, by 3.5"(9cm) deep.

£2,695

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L3063: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1924

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1924 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, this handsome, George V, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, has smooth, rounded edges and a hinged swing lid, revealing the double sided, cedar lined interiors. The cigar box measures 6"(15cm) tall, by 9"(22cm) wide by 5.25"(13.5cm) deep.

£2,975

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L3619: Sterling Silver Art Deco Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1921

Hallmarked in London in 1921 by Charles Dumenil, this handsome, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, featuring a stepped base, reed borders, and a cedar lined interior. The cigar box measures 4.25"(11cm) tall, by 10.25"(26cm) wide, by 6.75"(17cm) deep.

£2,975

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j9039: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1922

Hallmarked in London in 1922 by Sampson Mordan & Co., this handsome, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, features a wooden lined interior, and is plain in design and large in size. The cigar box measures 5"(12.5cm) tall, by 11.5"(29.5cm) wide, by 6.5"(16.5cm) deep.

£4,575

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L1209: Gold Cigar Box

Made Circa 1928

Hallmarked in London in 1928 by Asprey & Co. Ltd., this rare, 9ct Gold Cigar Box, has wonderful condition engine turned decoration to the outside, a cedar lined interior and is presented in its original Asprey box. There is an inscription on the inside lid dedicated to Janine Crispin, perhaps the French movie star of the period who in September 26th 1935, (the date of the inscription), had just completed a film based on a novel by Charles Robert-Dumas. Charles is one of the three signatures to the inscription. The cigar box measures 7"(18cm) wide by 3.5"(9cm) deep by 2.5"(6cm) tall and weighs 425.6 grams without the wooden lining.

£9,775

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