Fine over-sized English Regency mahogany burl wood sarcophagus style tea caddy with stylized lion head brass side ring handles and rare pierced sphere feet, matching rich mahogany burl and matching twin tea box lids inside with rare ivory knobs. The "tea chest" or "caddy", which became popular later, derives from the Malay Chinese "kati" which means a measure of tea weighing about a pound and one third. This single imported commodity was destined to inspire almost t ...click for details
This fine example of Regency artisanship features sarcophagus style profile and structure with pyramid shaped lid, matching rich rosewood, the custom round mixing bowl frame, and the twin brass inlaid tea box lids inside. Includes cut crystal mixing glass in the center. Condition: The piece is in good condition for the age. The top lock tongue is missing and there is no key. The inside of the lid boasts original blue velvet signifying noble stature. The "tea chest" or "caddy&q ...click for details
Finely crafted and detailed dental cabinet made by the Harvard Company from Canton, Ohio, the premiere dental cabinet maker of the time. It is made of high quality, rich grained quarter sawn oak throughout, with beveled mirrors, roll top, swing out drawers and trays, drop down and slide-out panels, and fancy nickel-plated hinges. The craftsmanship and top quality continues on back and sides. c. 1890s. h. 70" w. 28" d. 16".
Striking antique coromandel wood English box features scaloped design, inlaid brass inside lid and two levels of custom compartments. Circas second half 19th Century. Dimensions: 13" wide X 9" deep X 5" high.
A special table featuring beautifully carved gilt wood legs, demonstrating the hallmark master artisanship of the Louis XV period with an unique marble fitted table top. Circa 1770s. h. 30" w. 44" d. 28".