BEAUTIFUL FINE QUALITY GEORGIAN PORTRAIT MINIATURE CIRCULAR FAUX TORTOISESHELL SNUFF BOX. This is a very fine quality Beautiful Georgian Portrait Miniature faux Tortoiseshell Snuff Box, this rare snuff box dates to circa 1800 making it over 220 years old, the quality is stunning. To the centre on the top you will see the most beautiful fine quality hand painted Portrait Miniature of the most beautiful Young Lady from the Georgian era.Detailed, this beautiful young lady has auburn hair in ringlets framing her lovely face, she is wearing the most stunning blue head band with a plume of white feathers to the very top, her pretty face has been. Painted so delicately capturing he very pretty features from her wonderful lips to her striking blue eyes, she has a very fine pale complection, this Georgian young lady had been painted so very delicately and in so much stunning fine detail. She is then wearing a white lace dress with a vibrant blue wrap to the top which is finished with a wonderul deep blue bow tied around her waist. The detailing showing the lace is suberb, she has a very detailed bracelets on each arm, she is sat down upon a wooden chair and is hold what appears to be either a pendent or a portrait miniature attached to a ribbon, she is looking at this with much delight.
He style of clothing gives a wonderful insight in to the date this wonderful portrait was painted which i would estimate to be circa 1800. Its just so very beautiful, this is then framed with a silver colour banding, on opening this wonderful rare faux Tortoiseshell snuff box you will see it has its original interior, it would have belonged to either to the lady in the Portrait or her loved one, she is very beautiful. The quality of the painting is breath taking, this would have once belonged to a very wealthy Gentleman or Lady in circa 1800, it is so special, the quality of the craftsmanship is superb, this snuff box is so very tactile and once held it has the most wonderful feel. This will add something very special to any collection, my photos dont do it justice.