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  • 1940s Syroco Carved Wooden Box1940s Syroco Carved Wooden Box

    1940s Syroco Carved Wooden Box

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    The Syroco carved wooden box from the 1940s is a beautiful and intricate piece of art that exudes an old-world charm. Made by the Syracuse Ornamental Company (Syroco), which was established in 1890 and produced decorative items for the home, this box showcases the company’s exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.

  • silver plated jewelry trinket boxsilver plated jewelry trinket box

    Silver plated jewelry trinket box

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    This silver plated jewelry trinket box is a stunning and elegant piece that is perfect for storing and displaying your favorite pieces of jewelry. The box is designed with intricate details that add to its charm and sophistication.

    The box sits on four intricately designed lion feet, which lend a regal touch to the piece. The cover of the box features a lion crest, which adds to its majestic appearance. The crest is finely crafted and adds a touch of old-world charm to the box.

    The silver plating on the box gives it a luxurious and sophisticated look. It is easy to maintain and keeps the box looking shiny and new for years to come. The box is the perfect size for storing small pieces of jewelry such as rings, earrings, and necklaces.

    Overall, this silver plated jewelry trinket box is a timeless piece that will add elegance and sophistication to any room it is placed in. Its intricate lion feet and crest make it a unique and regal addition to any jewelry collection.

  • Vintage ceramic pink woven basket


    Vintage ceramic pink woven basket

  • Vintage Eagle Match Box Holder Striker Cast Iron Marked

    Vintage Eagle Match Box Holder Striker Cast Iron Marked


    The Vintage Eagle Match Box Holder Striker Cast Iron Marked is a decorative and functional item that was commonly used in the past to hold and ignite matches. This particular holder is made of cast iron, which is a durable and long-lasting material. It is marked with the symbol of an eagle, which was a common design element in vintage match box holders.

    The holder is designed with a striker on the side, which is used to ignite the matches. The striker consists of a rough surface that is used to strike the match head, causing it to ignite. The holder also has a compartment on top where a matchbox can be placed, keeping it secure and easily accessible.