Brass Stringing

Thin strands of squared brass stringing were sometimes inlaid into the wood, often running parallel with the exterior perimeter brass edging or inlaid into the interior rims of the box. This was purely as a form of additional decoration.

Quadruple Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Rosewood Jewellery Box.

Quadruple Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Rosewood Jewellery Box.

Varying Widths of Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Coromandel Jewellery Box.

Varying Widths of Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Coromandel Jewellery Box.

Extra Large Antique Jewellery Box in Coromandel with Concealed Drawers.

Extra Large Antique Jewellery Box in Coromandel with Concealed Drawers.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Kingwood Jewellery Box, by Wells & Lambe.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Kingwood Jewellery Box, by Wells & Lambe.

Antique Jewellery Box in Kingwood, by Wells & Lambe.

Antique Jewellery Box in Kingwood, by Wells & Lambe.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into the Interior Rims of an Antique Rosewood Jewellery Box, by Edwards.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into the Interior Rims of an Antique Rosewood Jewellery Box, by Edwards.

Antique Jewellery Box in Rosewood by Edwards.

Antique Jewellery Box in Rosewood by Edwards.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Coromandel Jewellery Box with Betjemann Patent 'Automatic' Mechanism, by Hancock’s & Co.

Brass Stringing Inlaid into an Antique Coromandel Jewellery Box with Betjemann Patent ‘Automatic’ Mechanism, by Hancock’s & Co.

Antique Jewellery Box in Coromandel with Betjemann Patent 'Automatic' Mechanism, by Hancock’s & Co.

Antique Jewellery Box in Coromandel with Betjemann Patent ‘Automatic’ Mechanism, by Hancock’s & Co.