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517. A Victorian kingwood and burr walnut casket, with ebonised and amaranth banding, the hinged lid revealing a mahogany hinged lidded lift-out jewellery compartment with a baize lining, 16.9cm high, 29.8cm wide, together with a late George III mahogany tea caddy. (2) £80-120 Provenance: From the estate of the late Lady Dodds. 518. A 19th century mahogany apothecary’s box, with sunken brass military style handles, the interior with fourteen divisions, containing eight glass bottles and stoppers, the base drawer with divisions, two metal boxes and a lift-out tray, 19.5cm high, 18.2cm £150-200 wide.
519. A George III ivory octagonal tea caddy, with tortoiseshell stringing and mother of pearl dot inlay, with a silver ring handle and escutcheon, with a vacant shield shape plaque and piqué decoration, the hinged lid revealing an interior with traces of foil, 10.6cm high, 11cm wide. £200-300 520. A Regency blonde tortoiseshell tea caddy, inlaid with pewter stringing, the hinged lid with a plaque with initials ‘ESS’, with a twin lidded interior with ivory handles and with horn edging, on ball feet, 12.5cm high, 14cm wide. £200-300
Furniture, Works of Art & Clocks | Wednesday 3rd July 2019