Two layered set by Luer of Paris The top of the case has a brass carrying handle and is engraved C. Boucherville. There is a makers label on the divider and most instruments are marked Luer, including the ivory handles of the gigli saw. This set has provenance to Dr. Charles Eugene Boucher De Boucherville. He was a canadian senator born in Boucherville, Ouebec in 1820. He was educated at St. Sulpice College, Montreal and graduated in medicine in Paris. Circa 1850's.