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453. An Anglo-Indian ivory box, lac decorated with a central urn of flowers, writhing bands of scrolling foliage and swags of husks, the hinged lid revealing a sandalwood and paper lined interior with an open compartment, Vizagapatam, late 18th century, 20.2cm wide, 15.2cm deep. £600-800 Provenance: Antigone Clarke & Joseph O’Kelly, Antique Boxes, Tea Caddies & Society, 1700-1880, 2nd Edition, p.189, fig. 265.
454. An Anglo-Indian ebony and ivory box, of sarcophagus shape and decorated with sadeli mosaic bands of flowers, the ivory heightened with lac, the hinged lid inlaid with a monkey feeding her baby with berries, with birds and butterflies, with an outer band of flowers, with a £400-600 velvet lined interior, on silvered bun feet, early 19th century, the panels probably earlier, 8.9cm high, 23cm wide, 17cm deep. Provenance: Antigone Clarke & Joseph O’Kelly, Antique Boxes, Tea Caddies & Society, 1700-1880, 2nd Edition, p.206, fig. 295.
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