Dating to the 1800's, the parchment box has enjoyed a life well-lived, which only adds to its charm. Judging from the merchants original label, which reads "John B. Baker, Saddler and Manufacturer, Army & Navy Equipments, No.12 Court Street Boston," the box was likely a small salesman's sample trunk. The antique brass nailhead decoration and lock, the well-worn leather handle (in an unexpected shade of pistachio green), and the marbleized papered interior are all original to the box.

Antique Parchment Leather Box, One-of-a-Kind
Age Appropriate Antique Condition
14"l x 9"w x 6.5"h
Made in USA

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