All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #1006816 (stock #L1536)
Louis Wine Ltd
$650.00
Rare Enamel Victoria Sovereign Case, English C.1885. The cover with enamel of a dog, coin platform with the head of Victoria, the interior of cover with embossed foliate decoration. Gilded metal. Case measures: 1 ¼ inches diameter x 1 3/4 inches height to top of bale.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #982700 (stock #5218-23)
English, most likely Bilston, eighteenth century. The elongated oval shape, all over floral decoration, and the unusual brown painted panels are not infrequent characteristics of Bilston’s “gingham finish” enamel boxes, hence the Bilston attribution.

Fine cracks to enamel, and small losses on both sides and back.

Source:

Susan Benjamin. English Enamel Boxes. (1976.)

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #983135 (stock #5218-25)
18th-century English Transferware Patch Box; Now known as Royal Leamington Spa, the town of Leamington began its prodigious spa industry in 1784 when it began building baths around its salt springs. Consequently, the image on this patch box displays a Classical figure holding a caduceus, a symbol of the medical community dating back the sixteenth century. Thus, it is safe to say that this could have been produced no earlier than the last quarter of the eighteenth century...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Champleve : Pre 1900 item #48798
17.5" high including carved hardwood base. Now electrified and made into a lamp.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Guilloche : Pre 1920 item #901749 (stock #5037)
Bedell & Co.
$650.00
Exquisite Dresser Set with yellow guilloche enamel beautifully set off by tortoiseshell. Both the mirror and clothing brush are hallmarked: Birmingham, England 1928. Size: mirror - 9.5" L x 6" W; brush - 7" L x 2" W.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #983127 (stock #5218-8)
Early 19th century English enamel on copper patch box of the HMS Victory. Keepsakes commemorating Admiral Horatio Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar, which was considered the most decisive British victory during the Napoleonic Wars, were extremely popular. These keepsakes included patch boxes, like this one, which celebrated Nelson’s famous ship, the HMS Victory. IT IS OVAL IN FORM AND DEPICTS A POLYCHROME SCENE OF NELSON'S FLAG SHIP "THE VICTORY" IN FULL SAIL AFTER THE BATTLE OF 1805...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #983132 (stock #5218-7)
English, Bilston, 18th century, patch box. These memento boxes were popular at the end of the eighteenth century and frequently given as tokens of friendship and love. They were also purchased as souvenirs while traveling. They frequently started with the phrase “A trifle from...” as seen on this box. Usually oval in shape, but also circular and rectangular, their decoration reflected the popular styles of the day. However, this box is particularly unusual in its mention of Blockley...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #1149753 (stock #6755)
A rare Bilston enamel cow patchbox with floral 1770-1790. This antique English Georgian period Bilston enamel patchbox or patch box features an enamelled lying cow on the top and a painted porcelain floral on the bottom circa. This 1-7/8" x 1-5/8" copper/brass mounted box was used to hold patches, the applied facial beauty marks popular at this time. It stands 1-1/4" high, and the hand painted cow has a well-painted face, with green, pink, white, yellow and black enamel...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #982555 (stock #5218-3)
Most likely French, 19th century. The image of an Englishman hunting with a hound was a common image on enamel boxes, especially snuff boxes of the eighteenth century. However, this box clearly dates to the late nineteenth century. The lug and ribbed banding on the metal hinge, as well as the completely hand painted nature of the lid identify this box as a nineteenth century creation.

Very good condition. Small scratch to lid.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1837 VR item #862456 (stock #9129)
Rare enamel stirrup cup in the form of a shell, the exterior with painted details in browns and greens, the interior a robin’s egg blue. Continental, early 19th century. (minor chips/scratches)

Height: 3”

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Champleve : Pre 1900 item #975376 (stock #1283)
A Continental Champleve Enamel and Parcel Gilt on Silver Tea Strainer, circa 1900. Possibly by the Norwegian, David Andersen. Dimensions; 5" long x 3" wide. Excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #983129 (stock #5218-10)
Most likely French, 19th century. A nineteenth-imitation of the extremely popular souvenir boxes made in Bilston at the end of the eighteenth century (see 5218-18). However, it clearly dates to the late nineteenth century. The lug and ribbed banding on the metal hinge, and the inferior quality of the painting identify this box as a nineteenth-century creation...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Cloisonne : Pre 1900 item #1424975 (stock #JHturCloiDog)
June Hastings
$450.00
A very appealing 19th century Chinese cloisonne reclining dog decorated in green, red, white, yellow, and blue against a turquoise ground. Gold gilt on cloisens, collar, gourd shaped bell, paws, eyes, and tail. In very good antique condition, there are no chips or abrasions to the enameling. Measures 4 inches high x 4.25" long.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #982698 (stock #5218-21)
5218-21: English, Bilston, late 18th century, patch box these memento boxes were popular at the end of the eighteenth century and frequently given as tokens of friendship and love. Usually oval in shape, but also circular and rectangular, there decoration reflected the popular styles of the day. For example, by the 1790s Neoclassical style swags, doves, hearts, and borders were the most commonly used decoration of the day. This box reads "Unity is the bond of society."
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #982704 (stock #5218-24)
Most likely French, 19th century, snuff/pill box, However, it clearly dates to the late nineteenth century. The lug and ribbed banding on the metal hinge, as well as the loose hand-painted nature of the lid identify this box as a nineteenth century creation.

Very good condition. Some loss to interior enamel and on the underside.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #982557 (stock #5218-4)
Most likely French, 19th century. The image of an Englishman hunting with a hound was a common image on enamel boxes, especially snuff boxes in the eighteenth century. However, it clearly dates to the late nineteenth century. The lug and ribbed banding on the metal hinge, as well as the completely hand painted nature of the lid identify this box as a nineteenth-century creation.

Damage to hinge. Lid does not close entirely. Loss to underside enamel.

All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1800 item #983138 (stock #5218-29)
Attributed to South Staffordshire, England, Possibly Bilston, late 18th century. The “gingham finish” was principally produced in this area. By placing a piece of cambric over solid ground color and then applying white enamel this finish was achieved. The three dimensional decoration was also found in the area. It was normally created by applying several layers of enamel. In addition, the unusual heart shape has been found in other Bilston boxes...
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Enamel : Pre 1900 item #982561 (stock #5218-9)
English, Bilston, late 18th century, patch box,

These memento boxes were popular at the end of the eighteenth century and frequently given as tokens of friendship and love. Usually oval in shape, but also circular and rectangular, the decoration reflected the popular styles of the day. For example, by the 1790s Neoclassical style swags, doves, hearts, and borders were the most commonly used decoration of the day. This one reads "The Absent Not Forgotten."

Source:
Susan Benjamin...