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    regency coromandel tea caddy

    This wonderful Regency Calamander Tea Caddy inlaid with decorative brass typical of its period, attributable to George Oakley. George earned the accolade of Royal appointment in 1799, based on his fine craftsmanship and elegant, desirable furniture. His works were not just popular with Royalty, but also those with discerning taste who adored his use of fashionable woods such as Calamander & Mahogany, coupled with decorative brass inlays. George was the favoured Cabinet maker to several members of the royal family and in 1802 was given the accolade of Royal appointment for his highly approved splendid variety & attracting the notibley fashionable world.

     

    Wonderful Regency Calamander Tea Caddy inlaid with decorative brass typical of its regency period and stands on four simple but elegant brass ball feet.
     

    The interior of this stunning Regency Tea Caddy contains its original cut glass mixing bowl and two removable Coromandel brass inlaid tea caddies, both of which are beautifully dovetailed and still contain some of its original tin lining.

    Materials:
    Wood, Brass, Glass
    Width (cm):
    27
    Height (cm):
    20
    Depth (cm):
    15
    Price: SOLD

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