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2004/141/1-2 Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826. Click to enlarge.

Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826

Made
Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826

Oval jewellery box made of red coloured, composite paper and wax. Formed with hinged lid and lined inside with cream silk. Labelled on the base.

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Summary

Object No.

2004/141/1-2

Object Statement

Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826

Physical Description

Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826

Oval jewellery box made of red coloured, composite paper and wax. Formed with hinged lid and lined inside with cream silk. Labelled on the base.

Dimensions

Height

70 mm

Width

120 mm

Depth

33 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Jewellery case, for mourning locket, paper / silk / metal, made by John Wilkinson Jeweller & Silversmith, Leeds, England, 1826 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 14 May 2021, <https://ma.as/350307>

Wikipedia

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