Antique Edwardian pink guilloché silver gilt stampbox from Asprey, circa 1910


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The writing desk of an Edwardian lady had various aids to her tasks on it, including a receptacle for stamps. If she was wealthy, it might be as charming as this silver gilt and guilloché enamel one from Asprey. 

It’s in the form of a travel trunk on a porter’s trolley – the wheel moves, adding to the appeal. 

Asprey was a leading London jewellery  house for generations and survives to this day. 

Stamps are now almost extinct, so I can see this being repurposed as a holder for a special jewel or some other small treasure. 


• Handmade in gold-plated sterling silver with pink and white guilloché enamel 

• Has ASPREY mark on one side

• Approximately 8cm (3/4 inch) long, 3cm (1 1/4 inches) wide, 2.5cm (1 inch) high

• Weight is 33.7 grams

• In excellent antique condition

• Will come in a Karen Deakin gift bag

Please examine the photographs carefully – they form part of the description. 

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