Palm Beach, FL – A Palm Beach jeweler is selling a large jewelry box featuring an early-20th century artist that is considered a symbol of the city’s beauty and style.
The Palm Beach Art Deco Jewelry Box is a piece of art that was once owned by the artist Charles H. Briscoe.
Briscoe created a series of jewelry boxes in the early 20th century, and he later died.
The boxes contain pieces from jewelry, jewelry accessories, and other pieces that were in storage.
The pieces have a vintage look and look like they have been painted by Briscoes hand, according to the listing on Christie’s website.
The artist’s wife, Sarah, said the jewelry box was one of her favorites from her husband.
She said the box is in excellent condition and the artwork was done by the man’s hand.
Sarah Briscoen said she had been looking for a way to display her husband’s art.
She was not sure where to sell the box.
She contacted a broker who was able to sell it to a private collector.
Sarah said she was willing to wait until the sale was complete before selling the box to someone else.
Sarah said she would like to keep the art, but she would have to keep it in storage until she can sell it.
The listing is for $5,000.
It includes a painting, a certificate of authenticity, and a certificate that states the artwork is authentic.
Sarah did not have an exact sale price, but said the buyer would have had to pay a $10,000 deposit.