Early 19th century rosewood Double Tea Caddy in the form of a Regency sideboard
A very rare and most interesting rosewood TEA CADDY in the form of an Apprentices sideboard. Constructed as a typical pedestal sideboard from the George IV or William IV period, (the lock stamped “GIV”) with an architectural pediment backboard and compressed bun feet, it opens up to reveal two canisters inside which flank the original cut-glass sugar bowl. This is recessed within the “cellarette” and is surrounded by velvet lined compartments for teaspoons; sugar nips etc. Complete with working key; 18ins wide; 8ins high; 7.5ins deep. (45.5x20x19cms)
Stock No – 510/2019/PFK
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