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521 521. A William IV mahogany miniature sideboard, possibly an apprentice piece, the moulded raised back above an inverted breakfront fitted with a drawer, with a pair of cupboards with panelled doors flanked by faceted columns, the right side with a cellaret drawer, 21.7cm high, 34cm wide, 12.6cm deep. £300-500 522. A Regency penwork work box, the hinged lid decorated with chinoiserie figures, peacocks, trees and a building, the body with flowers, leaves, buildings and trees in a rural setting, the paper lined interior with a tray with divisions and a pin cushion, on gilt brass claw and ball feet, 11.7cm high, 25.2cm wide, 20.5cm deep. £300-400
523. A William IV amboyna and rosewood tea chest, of waisted sarcophagus shape, the hinged lid with nulled mouldings, revealing an interior with a pair of hinged lidded lift-out canisters flanking an associated glass sugar bowl, 23cm high, 36.5cm wide, 20.8cm deep. £300-500 524. A Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy, of sarcophagus shape, inlaid with pewter stringing, the hinged lid with a vacant silver plaque, the interior with twin lidded compartments, with ivory edging and on ball feet, 13.3cm high, 15cm wide. £300-400
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