Antique Tartanware

Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album
Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album
Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album
Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album
Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album
Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album

Antique Tartanware Rare Photo Album

$ 1,250.00

    When Queen Victoria and Prince Albert purchased Balmoral Castle in 1852, the British aristocrats began flocking to the highlands.  These amazing pieces were produced as memorabilia for one's Scottish travels.
    • imported from Scotland
    • circa 1870's
    • marked "Prince Charlie" Tartan
    • beautiful brass clasp
    • 9 inches tall, 6 inches wide, and 2 inches tall
    • very rare and in excellent condition
    • filled with amazing period photography - a really treasure
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    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes
    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes
    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes
    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes
    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes

    Pair of Rare Antique Tartanware Card Boxes

    $ 1,500.00

      When Queen Victoria and Prince Albert purchased Balmoral Castle in 1852, the British aristocrats began flocking to the highlands.  These amazing pieces were produced as memorabilia for one's Scottish travels.
      • imported from Scotland
      • circa 1875's
      • marked "Prince Charlie" Tartan and "Albert" Tartan
      • each box measures 4 1/2 inches tall, 2 1/4 inches wide, and 21/4 inches deep
      • very rare and in excellent condition
      • each box includes our custom SMW Home playing cards
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      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book
      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book
      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book
      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book
      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book
      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book

      Rare Antique Mauchline Birthday Book

      $ 545.00

        When Queen Victoria and Prince Albert purchased Balmoral Castle in 1852, the British aristocrats began flocking to the highlands.  These amazing pieces were produced as memorabilia for one's Scottish travels.
        • imported from Scotland
        • dated 1895
        • marked Ballantyne Press, Edinburgh and London
        • measures 4 1/4 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches wide, and 1/2 inch deep
        • in good condition
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