Similar objects—some from the Israel Museum (e.g. Accession number B50.02.0685 ; 129/023), as well as a couple object with identifying hallmarks sold by J. Greenstein & Co.—come mostly from Austria at the end of the 19th or the beginning of the 20th centuries. These objects, like this etrog box, have an etrog image and flower imagery; and are made through repoussé. This object has a marking that says “STERLING”—a hallmark that appears in American, but not Austrian, silver work. It is possible that this mark was added upon import to the United States; otherwise, the etrog box was likely made in the United States but inspired by Austrian etrog boxes.