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Bilston Patch Box “A present from Barnet”

Bilston Patch Box "A present from Barnet" - The Antique Enamel Company

ANTIQUE GEORGIAN BILSTON ENAMEL PATCH BOX CIRCA 1770

Antique georgian bilston enamel patch box circa 1770

Antique Boxes, Small Boxes, Trinket Boxes, 18th Century, Mourning Jewelry, Enamel, Casket, Motto, Georgian

Yellow enamel oval patch box with porcelain lid bearing the lettering: 'Who opens this, Must have a Kiss'.

Patches were the faux 'beauty spots' that women (and men) applied to their faces.

Antique Georgian Bilston Enamel IF YOU LOVE ME DON T DECEIVE ME Patch Box

Antique Georgian Bilston Enamel IF YOU LOVE ME DON'T DECEIVE ME Patch Box

Antique Georgian Bilston Enamel IF YOU LOVE ME DON T DECEIVE ME Patch Box

Antique georgian bilston enamel patch / snuff box with motto circa 1770

Antique georgian bilston enamel patch / snuff box with motto circa 1770

Bilston Patch Box "To the most Amiable" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box "To the most Amiable" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Enamel Patch Box, ca. 1780, reads 'May nature paint the cheek and virture the mind'

Bilston Enamel Patch Box, circa Reads 'May nature paint the cheek and virtue the mind'.

Bilston Patch Box “A token of Regard”

Bilston Patch Box "A token of Regard" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box "May trade increase and blefs our Isle and commerce make this land to smile" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box "May trade increase and blefs our Isle and commerce make this land to smile" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box "The mifer ope's his purfe of Gold his bags falute, his Eyes.. etc" - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box "The mifer ope's his purfe of Gold his bags falute, his Eyes. etc" - The Antique Enamel Company

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A rare bilston patch box - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box " I love too well, to kiss & tell - The Antique Enamel Company

Bilston Patch Box " I love too well, to kiss & tell - The Antique Enamel Company

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