Fine English Regency Break-Fronted Tea Caddy in “tiger” tortoiseshell having a pagoda shaped top opening to two lidded compartments, a shaped front and bun form feet. Circa 1815.
Repairs-mostly to back.
Fine 18th-century Tea Caddy
in nicely figured mahogany banded with satinwood,
having a rectangular lid
inlaid with the word “Green”, with a diamond inlay inside
and retaining its original “floating” lid. Circa 1790. Provenance: From the
Estate of Joseph Stanley.
Extremely Rare George III Tea Caddy in the shape of an urn-form knife box, in partridge wood with satnwood stringing, octagonal with pagoda shaped lid and acorn-form finial, urn-form body and turned socle with square plinth base having inlaid banding (lock replaced). Circa 1790. Provenance: The Terence J. Fox Collection of Tea Equipage, Formerly the Collection of Iroquois Brands, Ltd.. Height, 10.”
Antique American shaped tole box with gilt foliate decoration on front and polychrome peacock and floral decoration on hinged lid. Circa 1850-1870. Provenance: Estate of Ruthann Coggins Bardes, Greewich, CT.
Fine Anglo-Indian glove box, rectangular with cut corners, each face and lid decorated with finely carved sandalwood panels, “Sadeli” work and ebony and ivory banding. (Warp to lid.) Bombay, 1870-1880.