The lids and 6 heavier items are fully hallmarked with the makers , London date as per image 2. The engraving to all elements is identical and clearly by the same hand. The cutting of the glass is all by the same hand.
The manicure set has losses. The catch which secures the mirror is absent. I have applied acid free gum strip to keep it in place. Charles Reily & George Storer were silversmiths operating in London during the first half of the 19th Century during the reigns of William IV and Victoria.
One Small square of venire is absent to the viewer's left hand side of the drawer. Charles Reilly & George Storer were silversmiths operating in London during the first half of the 19th Century during the reigns of William IV and Victoria. Charles Reily went into partnership with his mother Mary Reily and entered his first mark on 31st May 1826 from their workshop address at Carey Lane, London, just round the corner from the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths Hall. It appears they went into partnership with George Storer in 1829 as they registered another mark as.
Workers on the 1st January of that year. They moved briefly to Paternoster Row in 1835 just as the new hall for the Goldsmiths was opened but were back at Carey Lane by 16th February, 1836. The item "William 1V fitted travelling box 1832 silver and glass all 100% perfect" is in sale since Friday, May 29, 2020.This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Other Solid Silver". The seller is "selectedpiecesuk" and is located in ARUNDEL, West Sussex. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.