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    antique victorian coromandel gentleman's vanity case box circa 1840 19th c

    Antique Victorian Coromandel Gentleman's Vanity Case Box Circa 1840 19th C
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    Antique Antique Victorian Coromandel Gentleman's Vanity Case Box Circa 1840 19th C

    This is a stunning antique Victorian gentlemen'scoromandeltravelling case, circa 1840 in date.

    This traveling case features a hinged cover withbrass stringingand ashaped plaque. The inside of the lidhas a hidden correspondence folder in red Moroccan leather and velvetwhich opens to reveal a mirror.
    The interior is fully lined with a lift out tray above a second tier, and contains the original range of silver plated cut glass bottles, jars and boxes with a fitted manicure set.
    In excellent condition with no dings, dents or signs of repair. Please see photos for confirmation.
    Dimensions in cm:
    Height 19 x Width 31 x Depth 22
    Dimensions in inches:
    Height 7 inches x Width 1 foot x Depth 9 inches

    Our reference: A2252
    Calamander woodorCoromandel woodis a valuable wood fromIndia,Sri Lankaand South East Asia. It is of a hazel-brown color, with black stripes (or the other way about), very heavy and hard. It is also known asMacassar Ebonyorvariegated ebonyand is closely related to genuineebony, but is obtained from different species in the same genus; one of these isDiospyros quaesitaThwaites, from Sri Lanka. The name Calamander comes from the localsinhalesename, 'kalu-medhiriya', which means dark chamber; referring to the characteristic ebony black wood.
    Coromandel wood has been logged to extinction over the last 2 to 3 hundred years and is no longer available for new work in any quantity. Furniture in coromandel is so expensive and so well looked after that even recycling it is an unlikely source. A substitute, Macassar Ebony, has similar characteristics and to the untrained eye is nearly the same but it lacks the depth of colour seen in genuine Coromandel. Ref: Y8RRDBD43

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