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Queen Anne Silver, Tortoiseshell, Mother Of Pearl & Gold Snuff Box. Made circa 1710. Length 2.9" (7cm).

Georgian Silver & Tortoiseshell Spectacles Case. Made circa 1800.(Not marked). (Lining missing inside lid). Length 5"(13cm).

Charles II silver & tortoiseshell snuff box. Made circa 1680, not marked. Length 3" (7.5cm)

Scottish silver and tortoiseshell snuff mull with Chinoserie decoration. Made circa 1690, not marked. Height 2.1" (5.5cm).

A Scottish silver and tortoiseshell snuff mull Made circa: 1730, not marked. Height 2" (5cm).

19th century tortoise perfume bottle

A collection of antique tortoise shell boxes, tea caddies on marble-topped table at home. Photo credit: Antiques & Uncommon Treasure

Queen Anne Silver, Tortoiseshell, Mother Of Pearl & Gold Snuff Box. Made circa 1710. Length 2.9" (7cm).

Charles II silver & tortoiseshell snuff box. Made circa 1680, not marked. Length 3" (7.5cm)

William III silver, mother of pearl, brass & tortoiseshell snuff box. Made circa 1695. Length 3" (7.5cm).

Georgian Silver & Tortoiseshell Spectacles Case. Made circa 1800.(Not marked). (Lining missing inside lid). Length 5"(13cm).

Tea caddy, Chinese, circa 1780, with caddy spoon by silversmith Elizabeth Morley, 1805. Exhibit in the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Group of card cases and snuff boxes - Sold for 1,900

A very important 19thC octagonal pressed tortoiseshell tea caddy with unusual embossed architectural Gothic panels. The caddy has silver Stringing to the top, with ivory banding and original ball feet and finial.

English House Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy England 19th Century Rare tortoiseshell tea caddy in the shape of a house, inlaid with etched bone. The top is hollow, interlined with velvet. Double tea compartments are covered with tortoiseshell lids having bone knobs (one knob is chipped). Summer Loftin Antiques/1st Dibs

RARE Antique Grand Tour Eglomise Casket, Faux Tortoise Shell, from antiques-uncommon-treasure on Ruby Lane