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.
Rare Small Regency Playing Card Box in Rosewood with extensive brass inlay having a rectangular lid opening to a divided interior with two fabric lined wells and retaining the tool leather and fabric decoration under the lid. The sides have brass lions head handles and the box is raised on brass paw form feet.
English, Circa 1820.
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.
Anglo Indian ebony box carved with overall floral motifs; having a central oval miniature on ivory of the Taj Mahal. From the town of Nagina in the Bijnor District. See: Furniture from British India by Jaffir, pp. 264-66. Circa 1870.
Antique English tooled and gilt leather jewelry box with brass mounts having domed rectangular lid with egyptian motif decorated handle opening to a fitted felt lined interior with lift-out tray. Circa 1880.
Fine pair of antique English firedogs, or tool rests, in brass, with vasiform finials above a turned pillar, with applied rose form decoration and cast anthemion form central motif. The whole raised on a stepped plinth base. Circa 1880.
English Regency tortoise tea caddy with pewter stringing and serpentine front with pagoda-form lid opening to an interior with two compartments with shell veneered lids, the whole raised on stained squashed ball feet.
6.75” x 4.5”x 5.
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