14 June 2006
TWO SILVER AND ENAMEL BOXES
MARK OF GERALD BENNEY, LONDON, 1976 AND 1979
Each cylindrical with a detachable cover, decorated with a textured finish with a plain rim, the covers enamelled in yellow and bronze, marked under base, the covers apparently unmarked, the base of each further stamped 'Gerald Benney London'
1 7/8 in. (48 mm.) diameter
gross weight 7 oz. (210 gr.) (2)
Displayed in the Drawing Room of the Private Apartment of H.R.H. The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon at Kensington Palace.
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