The sweetest little gold case home to the tiniest deck of cards I've ever seen. There's not an eye roll in site with this little novelty, I adore it.
The tiny sheet of plastic that has been used to protect the end cards is still in place and can be removed by the new owner. The enamelled door opens and closes securely with a nice snap.
We've got a stamp for 9ct and the makers GJLD. The date mark is illegible but I would haxard a guess at this being made at some point during the 1960s.
- Material - 9ct gold, enamel, paper
- Hallmarks - GJLD | 375 | 9
- Country of origin - England
- Drop inc jump ring - 2cm
- Width - 1.4cm
- Depth - 1cm
- Weight - 4g
- Condition - good vintage condition with the kind of surface wear you'd expact with a piece of this age.
Miniature deck of cards in gold case
All of my pieces are at the very least pre-loved and most of them are vintage or antique. This item is not brand new and as such, will not look brand new. Please expect signs of wear to include kinks in links, surface wear to gold, scuffs to stones and accept this as part and parcel of buying sustainable jewellery. I will be as clear as I can with item descriptions and aim to make sure you are aware of any potential defects before you buy.