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Lot 0328
circa 1835, casket form with highly figured veneer inlaid with a mother of pearl escutcheon, and featuring two brass wreath form lifting handles at the sides, the caddy stands on four suppressed bun feet. The interior has two lead lined rosewood canisters with hinged lids, centered by a well for a mixing bowl.
8.75 x 13.5 x 7 in.
The Collection of Wager Swayne, Pinehurst, NC
Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

Condition

Very good estate condition with lack of a mixing bowl; deterioration of lead lining; staining to the fabric lining the well; one compartment missing a strip of wood at the front.

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A William IV Rosewood Veneer Tea Caddy

Estimate $300 - $500Sep 16, 2017