SOLD! for $406.00.
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3 English Battersea enamel boxes, all late 18th to early 19th century, and 4 enamel curtain tiebacks. Item 1: Georgian Battersea enamel box, oval, with pink bulbous fluted sides, the lid with hand painted bird and flowers and verse "I love so well to kiss and tell". Lid mirrored on the interior. 3/4"H x 1-1/2"W x 1"D. Item 2: Georgian Battersea enamel box, oval, with blue sides, the lid depicts a bird and a urn of flowers. Broken interior mirror. 1" H x 2" W 1 3/4" D. Item 3: Georgian Battersea enamel box, oval, with blue sides, black and white enamel top with inscription "Let this impart to you my love." 3/4" H x 2" W x 1 1/2" D. Item 4: four drapery tiebacks with enameled decoration including 2 brass tiebacks with images of birds on blue background, 1 iron tieback with a neoclassical style urn on blue background, and 1 brass tieback with a neoclassical style urn on white background . All approximately 1-1/2", French or English, early 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, TN. Condition: Item 1: Some wear and cracking, hairlines to interior, crack to mirror. Item 2: Chip to top, interior mirror broken. Item 3: Chip to top. Item 4: Very Good condition some with minor crack and chips