In fantastic quality and condition this 117 year old English Sterling Silver sovereign case was manufactured by Samuel M Levi - Frederick Street & Vyse Street, Birmingham England, and fully hallmarked as such and date letter stamped for 1906.
Of circular design with fine scrolled patterning to front and back and to the front an uninscribed large cartouche perhaps waiting for you personal monogram.
Substantial in weight at 16 grams.
The inside is also in as fine condition as the outside, with the sprung sovereign bed in perfect working condition.
Quite a feminine example with its gorgeous almost floral scroll work, this beauty looks incredible suspended from your favourite watch chain or any chain for that matter!
Case 3.0cm diameter - With top ring 4.6cm drop
’S.M.L’ - For Samuel M Levi, used between 1889 to 1931, before they became a limited company
Anchor / Lion passant / ‘g’ for 1906
Very good to excellent antique condition. No dents or dings. Opens and closes perfectly and with ease of use. Spring bed inside works perfectly.