George III Period 18th Century Satinwood Inlaid Tea Chest

George III Period 18th Century Satinwood Inlaid Tea Chest
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George III Period 18th Century Satinwood Inlaid Tea Chest

England
Circa 1795
The rectangular top is cross-banded in tulipwood and boxwood stringing and decorated in the centre with flowers and a flamed mahogany oval panel. The original silvered axe head handle opens another hinged lid to reveal two lidded tea compartments and a later English cut- glass mixing bowl. The inside of the lid is most unusual in that it is cross-banded and inlaid with the initials 'CS.' The tea caddy chest is fitted with a silver escutcheon above a satinwood cross banding at the bottom of the tea chest.
H 15.00cm (5.91 inches) W 30.70cm (12.09 inches) D 15.30cm (6.02 inches)
£1,975
Stock No: FCS581
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