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- High Estimate: $225.00
- Realized: $104.00
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Five Victorian or Edwardian porcelain fairings or trinket boxes including two by Conta & Boehme. 1st item: Bagpiper figure with table, whose top lifts to reveal a small box. Costume is partially unglazed. No maker's mark. 2nd item: Box, lid topped with a figure of a boy playing with ducks in a fountain. No maker's mark. 3rd item: Box, lid topped with a figure of a girl dipping her doll's head in a fountain. Impressed Conta & Boehme mark with numbers 3595 169. 4th item: Box, lid topped with figure of a stork pulling a baby from a hatching egg (2 areas broken and reglued). 5th item: Box, lid topped with a boy with spoon and mug, a dog peering over his shoulder (handle repainted). Impressed Conta & Boehm mark with numbers 3577 136. Sizes range from 2-1/2" to 4-1/2"H. German and/or English (possibly Staffordshire), late 19th century. Estate of Salli Shropshire LaGrone, Franklin, TN. Condition: All items with some wear to gilt trim and in otherwise very good condition unless otherwise noted.