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Johann Christian Sick (German, 1766–1824). Box, ca. 1800. German, Stuttgart. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Gift of Dr. Mortimer D. Sackler, Theresa Sackler and Family; Friends of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts and The Isak and Rose Weinman Foundation Inc. Gifts; Rogers Fund; and Cynthia and Steven Brill, Werwaiss Family Charitable Trust, and Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation Gifts, 2005 (2005.259.3a, b)

Johann Christian Sick (German, 1766–1824). Box, ca. 1800. German, Stuttgart. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Gift of Dr. Mortimer D. Sackler, Theresa Sackler and Family; Friends of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts and The Isak and Rose Weinman Foundation Inc. Gifts; Rogers Fund; and Cynthia and Steven Brill, Werwaiss Family Charitable Trust, and Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation Gifts, 2005 (2005.259.3a, b)

Free shipping and returns on Jonathan Adler 'Animalia - Giraffe' Trinket Box at Nordstrom.com. Hand-drawn animal illustrations are recreated against a gleaming golden background on a high-fired porcelain box, the perfect storage spot for rings, earrings and assorted trinkets.

Free shipping and returns on Jonathan Adler 'Animalia - Giraffe' Trinket Box at Nordstrom.com. Hand-drawn animal illustrations are recreated against a gleaming golden background on a high-fired porcelain box, the perfect storage spot for rings, earrings and assorted trinkets.

Spice box  W. R., London ca. 1602 - silver. The intricate ornament on this scallop-shaped box reflects the late Elizabethan taste for Antwerp Mannerism; indeed, many specialized workers active in London’s goldsmiths’ trade came from the Spanish Netherlands. Although shell-shaped boxes such as this one are sometimes referred to as spice boxes, according to early seventeenth-century inventories, they were used for serving sugar, an expensive delicacy.

Spice box W. R., London ca. 1602 - silver. The intricate ornament on this scallop-shaped box reflects the late Elizabethan taste for Antwerp Mannerism; indeed, many specialized workers active in London’s goldsmiths’ trade came from the Spanish Netherlands. Although shell-shaped boxes such as this one are sometimes referred to as spice boxes, according to early seventeenth-century inventories, they were used for serving sugar, an expensive delicacy.

Vintage silver trinket box. i used to keep my pulled teeth in this for the tooth fairy to come and trade me for a nickle

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