Lot 430    

Tiffany Studios Pine Needle Stamp Box,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
American, ca 1901-1920, marked Tiffany Studios/New York 801. Green slag glass and bronze dore metal overlay stamp box in the "Pine Needle" pattern; 1.5" high x 4" wide x 2.25" deep.

Condition:  
One end panel cracked; slight oxidation to metal.
Sold: $411.25
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