Large Georgian Tea Chest in nicely figured mahogany; rectangular with quarter column corners, having a stepped lid surmounted by a brass carrying handle and opening to a fitted interior retainiing two tin tea caddies and a sugar box and the whole raised on ogee bracket feet. English, Circa1780.
Remarkable Antique English Tunbridge ware Dresser Chest or Jewelry Box in olivewood with tesselated mosaic inlaid decoration, having a stepped lid with inlaid castle and floral decoration, two cabinet doors with "Tumbling Blocks" pattern opening to four small band inlaid drawers, the sides decorated with a tesselated mosaic "deer in a forest" design and the whole raised on ebonized ball form feet. Circa 1840-60. ...click for details
Exceptional antique English burled walnut tea chest with engraved brass mounts having a hinged, domed lid opening to a fitted interior with two lidded, removable caddies and original crystal sugar bowl. Circa 1860-70.
Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood and Mahogany Tea Chest, of sarcophagus form with stepped lid opening to a fitted interior with two removable caddies and a later sugar bowl; the front inlaid with line and dot brass decoration. English, circa 1820.
Fine Antique English Regency Satinwood Tea Caddy, of sarcophagus form with ebony stringing, brass handles and ball feet, and an fitted interior with three inlaid shell form patera and a later sugar bowl. Circa 1810.
Fine English Regency tea chest of sarcophagus form in rosewood, banded and inlaid with brass; the rectangular, canted lid opens to a fitted interior with two lidded tea caddies ad a later sugar bowl. Circa 1810-15.
Exceptional antique English coffer in cormandel wood decorated with engraved brass straps and three onyx mounts; the pointed arched lid opening to a fabric lined interior. Circa 1860-1880. (lacking lock)
Exceptional Art Noveau Jewelry Casket by Ehrhard & Sφhne, Schwabisch Gmund, Germany in rosewood extensively inlaid with brass and with applied brass handles and knop.
Founded in 1844, Ehrhard & Sohnne became one of the premier makers of fashionable accessories and by 1900 they were designing and manufacturing high-quality brass-inlay boxes and items which represented very unique and noble German Art-Nouveau st ...click for details
Antique English Hepplewhite Tea Caddy in nicely figured mahogany with satinwood stringing. Circa 1790 on a later tapered splay leg stand with an X stretcher. Provenance: From the Estate of Joseph Stanley, New Hope, PA.
Rare Chippendale Tea Caddy with a Secret Drawer, in mahogany with a rectangular stepped hinged top surmounted by a brass carrying handle, brass escutcheon and sliding side panel revealing a hidden drawer. English, circa 1740
One of the rarest of this form of tea caddy, the concealed drawer would have held your silver teaspoons.
Fine antique English traveling desk in coromandel with brass straps and carrying handles; the fall front transforms into a double hinged writing surface with spring loaded pen and ink drawer behind; the slightly domed top opens to reveal a fitted oak interior of letter racks and three small drawers. Circa 1860-1880.