Silver cigarette box made in England in the 1930s. The lid is decorated with transparent enamel, guilloche and a painting of a flowering twig.
Guilloche is a decorative surface treatment, especially of metals, by radial machine engraving, usually of an ornamental character. The technique was invented by the founder of the French watch company Breguet, Abraham-Louis Breguet, who used it to decorate watch dials as early as 1786.
This is an antique product, the warranty period is 12 months.