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English Regency Inlaid Mahogany Tea Caddy

England Ca. 1825

A rectangular lift top box with complex inlay borders and pictorial inlays of flowers, a conch shell and a patera. Woods include mahogany, tiger maple, boxwood and possibly dyed pear wood. The two tea containers have sliding lids and still retain most of their foil lining.

Price

Sold

Condition

Excellent antique condition. Lacks key and mixing bowl

Measurements

6" H X 11.25" L X 5.5" D

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