Antique jewelry casket box with beveled glass and gilded bronze mounts. The art on the top of the box is a sweet scene from the
World's Exhibition in Lille in 1902 painted on glass. It reads "Exposition de Lille of 1902," but the word Lille is slightly faded. (Lille is a city in the north of France). Inside is a tufted dusty rose cushion that shows signs of use. There is some chipped areas on the glass that you can see present in detailed photos below.
The object is an original piece dating to the late 19th century.
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7 cm/ 2.7 in tall
9 cm/ 3.5 in long
6.5 cm/ 2.5 in wide
Care: Wipe down with a light cloth and glass cleaner and be used on the beveled glass. You can polish the bronze mounts if desired.