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Circa 1770, George III mahogany tea caddy, with original Rococo brass and gilded lifting handle of excellent style and good colour. The mahogany top has a moulded edge and a raised pagoda shape, is hinged and opens to reveal 3 various containers which are lined with silver paper. Inside the lid is covered in green felt. There is a very stylish brass and gilded escutcheon, again in high Rococo style. The fore edge of the caddy has a canted corner which runs into the side of the lid, the front and back. The base has a small moulded edge and the whole piece stands on 4 squat ogee bracket feet. The tea caddy has lovely colour and good patination.
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