Celluloid Decorative Boxes

Some of the most beautiful Celluloid products ever made are the decorative boxes of the early 1900s. They are some of the most desirable of all the Celluloid collectibles. They were produced in a variety of shapes and sizes and covered with sheets of embossed, printed or painted Celluloid. They were used to store Celluloid cuffs, collars and jewelry plus gloves, handkerchiefs, fans and other items. The first appeared in the late 1800s during Victorian era (1837-1901) and were also part of Edwardian era fashion (1901-1915). Celluloid Decorative Boxes For Sale


Celluloid Decorative Boxes

This is a Celluloid decorative box from the Victorian era that appears to be a used to hold jewelry. The top is Celluloid and depicts a farm house and autumn leaves scene. Celluloid Decorative Boxes For Sale


Celluloid Decorative Boxes

This Celluloid decorative box features a diamond shaped mirror on the inside lid and a Victorian era cottage scene. This Celluloid decorative box may have been made by Alfred Hafely of New York. Celluloid Decorative Boxes For Sale


Celluloid Decorative Boxes
Vintage Celluloid Decorative Boxes

Inside a Vintage Celluloid Decorative Box was usually a celluloid dresser set which always included the hand decorated Celluloid mirror, celluloid brush and celluloid comb. This box is extremely well kept and rarely seen in this condition.