English Regency tortoise tea caddy with pewter stringing and serpentine front with pagoda-form lid opening to an interior with two compartments with shell veneered lids, the whole raised on stained squashed ball feet.
6.75” x 4.5”x 5.
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Exceptional English Regency Tambour Lap Desk, in mahogany with a single drawer that when opened reveals a fitted interior and hinged, tooled leather writing surface with three secret drawers.
Exceptional bombé English Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy; the top panel and front panel elaborately inlaid with delicate scrolling vine and flower engraved mother of pearl; with silver escutcheon; on original bun feet; having two interior compartments with tortoiseshell lids, which appear to retain remnants of the original tea pewter lining. Circa 1830.
Rare Small Regency Playing Card Box in Rosewood with extensive brass inlay having a rectangular lid opening to a divided interior with two fabric lined wells and retaining the tool leather and fabric decoration under the lid. The sides have brass lions head handles and the box is raised on brass paw form feet.
English, Circa 1820.
Exceptional Arts & Crafts painted leather necessaire with tooled, painted and gilt decoration of birds and blossoms, opening to an interior complete with almost all of its original fittings including bottles and trays with fire gilt lids, brushes, combs, buttonhook, etc. English, c. 1870-1880.