This is a lovely little vesta. It is gilded silver and turquoise guillochÃ© enamel and the thumbpiece is set with a little rose cut diamond, typical of a piece like this. There is damage to the enamel on one side although the other side is perfect. I know this piece dates to around 1900 as the rose cutting of the diamond is a cut that has not been used for a long time.
I know that the boars head mark is one of the french silver marks but my question is about the makers mark. I know it is the mark in the diamond shape and to me it looks like C A with a shape inbetween the two letters.
Sorry the pictures are not better - inventory mark 36334.
Any help is much appreciated!