A FINE DUTCH SILVER BONBONIÈRE, CAREL J. BEGEER, AMSTERDAM, 1906, DESIGNED BY JAN EISENLOEFFEL circular, the cover centrally decorated with a green and blue geometric enamel band, angular handles, beaded borders, fully marked at the base (2) 294gr., height 14cm.
A GEORGE III SILVER WAX JACK, 1785. | Christies. The wax jack was a desk accessory. The waxed wick was lit to heat the block of sealing wax used to fasten letters and documents. It got its name from the roller or spindle, known as a "jack,".
Christopher Dresser (British, 1834-1904)/ Alessi (Italy) “Teapot” designed 1880 silver-plated brass, wood 6.5 x 12 x 6.5” Limited reproduction of the original by James Dixon & Sons, England. Photo: Kevin O'Dwyer