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GEORGE III FRUITWOOD PEAR-FORM TEA CADDY

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Lot 0539 Details

Description
GEORGE III FRUITWOOD PEAR-FORM TEA CADDY, hinged lid with later stem, steel escutcheon, original lock. Retains an older surface. Late 18th century. 6 1/2" H, 3 3/8" D rim.
Very good condition.
Condition
Very good condition.
Buyer's Premium
  • 24.5%

GEORGE III FRUITWOOD PEAR-FORM TEA CADDY

Estimate $200 - $300Nov 12, 2016
Starting Price $100
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