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A George III tulipwood crossbanded satinwood workbox

late 18th century/early 19th century

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A George III tulipwood crossbanded satinwood workbox

late 18th century/early 19th century

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A George III tulipwood crossbanded satinwood workbox

late 18th century/early 19th century

the lid with five inset oval miniatures, the interior later fitted, with a removeable Morrocan leather lined tray fitted with a matched set of a reeded gold toothpick case, maker's mark of J.F. Marcillac, Paris, circa 1810, Dutch import mark; an English red gold-capped glass vinaigrette, circa 1800, Dutch import mark; an ivory memorandum book with applied gold urn and a glass scent bottle with bright-cut gold stopper and chased collar, English or Dutch, circa 1800; a gold-mounted beaded coral pen and carved coral marine fob seal, the matrix engraved: Elena, Southern Italian, circa 1820; a reeded gold needlecase, maker's mark of Christian Straater, Amsterdam, 1816-1846; a matching penknife, pencil and bodkin, maker's mark of Jan Berend Schöne, Amsterdam, 1814-1837, the blade stamped: Hallam; four gold thread-winders, a reeded circular box, awl and scissors with Dutch gold smallwork control, 1814-1905; and a plain gold thimble, with a drawer to the side, later painted decoration and lock


12cm. high, 35cm. wide, 25cm. deep; 4½in., 1ft. 1½in., 9½in.
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