DescriptionAn American Silver Match Safe with Native American Motif, attributed to Unger, circa 1900
2-1/4 inches high (5.7 cm)
0.91 troy ounce
FROM THE ESTATE OF JOHN O. ANTONELLI
The shaped match safe with chased repoussé depiction of a Native American Indian with headdress to front, the lobed verso monogrammed and dated FAS, 1904, match strike saw to bottom.
Slight split seam and repair to the lid, pin dents to sides and verso, slice dent to the lid obverse, otherwise with surface scratches indicative of age, use and polishing.
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