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A pair of Queen Anne octagonal tea-caddies

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A pair of Queen Anne octagonal tea-caddies, each engraved with a coat-of-arms in a baroque cartouche in pearl borders...engraved beneath the base 'The gift of my Mother Strangways 1713' - by Isaac Liger, unmarked but strongly characteristic of the work by Paul de Lamerie, circa 1735.

ID:  60356



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