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Tea chest in highly figured rosewood of architectural form by R
Dalton of the Bazaar, Soho Square. The chest is finely inlaid
with mother of pearl which
depicts stylized flora ; the chest is standing
on turned rosewood feet having turned drop handles. Inside the tea
chest there are two liftout hinged canisters (retaining most of
their original leading) and a particularly fine cut lead crystal
bowl. Circa 1835
Origin: UK, R.Dalton
Bazaar, Soho Square; Circa:
Rosewood, inlaid with mother of pearl on a pine carcass with
mahogany linings .
Size: 32 cm wide by 16.5 cm by 18.5 cm: 12.6
by 6.5 inches by 7.3 inches.
Condition: very good
overall; working lock and key; see images
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