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A George III mahogany silvered-metal mounted rectangular tea-caddy with ebony mouldings

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George III mahogany silvered-metal mounted rectangular tea-caddy with ebony mouldings, the lid with silver scrolling swing handle, on claw-and-ball feet - 10 in wide, containing three George II silver oval tea-caddies, the centre with oval lid and oval finial, the other pair with domed cylindrical lids, engraved with diaper-pattern panels and scrolling foliage, the shaped cartouche with coats of arms - the central caddy by John Newton, 1740, the two lead-lined flanking caddies unmarked.

ID:  6792

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

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