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Note: In 1924 Lalique created two similar boxes. This box has Egyptian themed sides on the bottom and a lid that has a thin decoration around the edge and a central likeness of the Egyptian King Fouad I. The similar box is Khedive. Khedive has the Egyptian themed bottom and the same top, but with an undecorated center. Khedive was the title of the viceroys (representatives) that ruled Egypt for Turkey before Egypt became an independent country after World War I.

Also Note: Fouad I became Sultan of Egypt and Sudan, and Sovereign of Nubia, Kordofan, and Darfur in 1917. In 1922 he changed his title to King after Egypt became an independent country. He kept that title until his death in 1936. Typically his name is spelled Fuad, with Fouad being an accepted but less common spelling.

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Model No. Fouad-1  Circa 1924
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