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43. A near pair of George III ivory tea caddies, of octagonal shape, with tortoiseshell edging and inlaid with silver piqué work and mother of pearl dot decoration, each with a ring handle, a silver escutcheon and a shield shape plaque, one engraved with an elephant crest and the initial ‘K’, possibly for Knowles or Knollys, the other with the initial ‘C’, with vacant interiors, 11cm high, 11cm wide. (2) £1,000-1,500 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund. 44. A George III harewood octagonal tea caddy, inlaid with stringing and tulipwood and planewood banding, the hinged lid with a wreath of husks and a brass ring handle, the interior with a lid with an oval burr panel, the exterior decorated with oval panels of various woods, three with book matched veneers, 13.9cm high. £300-500 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
44 45. Two 18th century coconut cups, each with a silver rim, unmarked, on a turned treen stem and circular foot, 17.5cm high (max). (2) £300-400 Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
45 46. Two Victorian carved wood poodle heads, each with glass eyes, the larger a spill vase, the other an inkwell with a hinged top revealing a recess, 11.9cm high. (2) £100-150
Provenance: The estate of the late John F. Braund.
Furniture, Works of Art & Clocks | Wednesday 3rd July 2019