Georgian Satinwood Tea Caddy
Georgian Circa 1785 From our Tea Caddy collection, we are delighted to offer this Georgian Inlaid Satinwood Oval Tea Caddy. The Tea Caddy of oval form veneered in Satinwood to the exterior with a Tulipwood crossbanding to the top and... Read More
Featuring Continuous Floral Swags
Georgian Circa 1785
From our Tea Caddy collection, we are delighted to offer this Georgian Inlaid Satinwood Oval Tea Caddy. The Tea Caddy of oval form veneered in Satinwood to the exterior with a Tulipwood crossbanding to the top and bottom. The central band of the Tea Caddy with a continuous inlaid scene of blossoming floral swags with foliage around a bone oval escutcheon. The lid of the Tea Caddy with a unusual central oval cartouche with inlaid conch shell and engraved penwork decoration. When opened the Tea Caddy reveals traces of the original Silver foil lining with a floating lid and turned handle. The Tea Caddy dates to the late 18th century during the Georgian period and the reign of George III Circa 1785 with exceptional patination throughout.
Satinwood is found in India and Sri Lanka. It has a rich golden colour and an almost reflective sheen. Satinwood is traditionally used for high quality furniture.
Tulipwood is also known as Brazilian Tulipwood, Brazilian Pinkwood and Bahia Rosewood. It is found in South America, mainly Brazil. The colour is a warm yellow with streaks or brown-red grain.
Georgian, a period in British history dating from 1714-1837, the Georgian era after the Hanoverian kings George I, George II, George III and George IV.
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