Comes complete with all the following interior accesories
Miniature wall mounted Antique Japanese carving.
Original wax seal of holyrood abbey Edinburgh Scotland.
Miniature solid silver table with genuine carved citrine Buddha.
12 volume set of the rise and fall of the roman empire published in 1813 by Edward Gibbons .
Rare Welsh quartz crystal pyramid.
4 Bronze Roman coins
3 solid silver Roman coins ( one of which was minted in Marc Antony’s reign )
1 solid silver byzantine coin.
Tiny quartz crystal ball.
Hand carved Opal skull.
Two miniature Japanese vases.
Miniature cabinet containing a broken ushabti figure head the draw of the cabinet contains genuine Egyptian faience beads.
Two genuine miniature skulls from a private collection.
Knights Templar figure.
French soldier figure.
Bronze ruin ornament.
Genuine solid silver 8 reales Spanish cob coin
All the above accesories are linked to a riddle which is on the back of the box, if you can solve the riddle who knows what you may find!!
Egyptian Antiquities Cabinet.
Miniature Egyptian antiquities cabinet containing the head of a broken ushabti figure, the draw faced in ivory contains genuine Egyptian faience beads. the cabinet measures 1” in width by 3.1/4” in height.
A miniature 12 volume edition of Edward Gibbons the rise and fall of the Roman Empire all removable.
Hand carved from citrine and sitting on a beautiful miniature solid silver table this buddha is just over 1” in height and will be one of the additions to the treasure room i am currently working on.
Construction of the inside has started.
A shot from vacation one of my favourite places for beach combing and chillin!
My present piece of work which will eventually hold a collection of fascinating, small and rare tiny objects, a miniature wunderkammer room!
This tiny masterpiece is a handcast french bronze ormolu cherub made around 1860 he will have pride of place on my next piece of work.
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