Antique enameled blue glass sugar caskets & jewel caskets (1800s)

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Antique Enamel Jewel-sugar Casket

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Whether these antique enameled blue glass sugar caskets were used for sugar cubes or for jewelry, the handpainted pieces that have survived to this day are prized for their beauty.

Antique French Sugar Casket

Electric Blue Glass, Painted Enamel with Lock

From antiquesuncommontreasure

Antique blue glass sugar casket

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Large antique Bohemian blue glass jewelry box/sugar casket

With hand-painted raised white and pink enamel floral garland swags, smooth hinged metal framework, centered by a rounded escutcheon lock and accented on either side by beaded and loop handles. c1820-1840

From The Antique Boutique in Canutillo, Texas 

Antique blue glass sugar casket


Antique Bohemian enameled blue glass jewelry box

From the 19th century — dimensions 4.75 inches high, by 5 inches long, by 3.25 inches deep

From Millea Bros Ltd, Madison, New Jersey

Antique Bohemian enameled blue glass box


Blue glass sugar casket

Blue glass with enamel florals, and brass lock, trim and legs

Owned by a private American collector

Antique Enamel Jewel-sugar Casket

Antique blue glass sugar casket

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