Exceptional English Colonial Traveling Box in solid calamander (or coromandel) wood; having rectangular top opening to an interior fitted with a hinged lid and silver mounts and a swing out side pen & ink drawer.
Circa 1835,probably Anglo-Indian (on later stand)
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.
Rare Chinese Export Roll Top Lap Desk, Asian Hardwoods with ebony and brass mounts having single lower drawer that when opened reveals a fitted interior, sloped writing surface and "pop-up" storage compartment with tambour doors. Circa 1830.
Good William IV Sarcophagus-form Tea Caddy in rosewood and inlaid with mother-of-pearl, having a fitted interior, brass carrying handles and resting on "squashed" ball feet. English, circa 1830. (minor losses to inlay).
Unusual Quarter-sawn Oak Tea Caddy, rectangular with a sloped lid inlaid with a mahogany panel and opening to a divided interior; the whole raised on brass ball and claw feet. American or English, circa 1760.
Rare English Tea Chest in the Form of a Sideboard, in mahogany and deal, having a rectangular hinged top with shaped and carved backsplash, opening to a felt lined interior with two compartments for teaspoons and a moulded crystal sugarbowl. The front with a starburst pierced central panel flanked by hinged doors with applied plinth-form decoration and opening to foil lined drawers for green and black teas.