Circa 1820. A good George IV mulberry tea caddy. The rectangular body, with the top in well figured mulberry, with a deep frieze, the top is hinged and opens to reveal the original lead lined interior. To the front a stylish diamond shaped bone escutcheon, the caddy is polished on all sides and towards the base there is an enclosed beech base with baize to the base.
- 16cm H, 12.5cm W, 10cm D