Circa 1820, George IV sarcophagus shaped mahogany, kingwood, ebony and boxwood banded tea caddy. The top which is framed in ebony with kingwood and walnut banding, and has a hinge lid that opens to show three internal divisions with ivory knob handles. Retaining its original zinc lining and its original ivory heraldic escutcheon, it stands on four cast brass feet.
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