Georgian Rosewood Jewellery Box
Sarcophagus Shape From our Jewellery Box collection, we are pleased to offer this Georgian Rosewood Jewellery Box. The Jewellery Box of sarcophagus shape made from Rosewood is raised upon four ornate brass feet with twin loop handles, one to each... Read More
George IV Circa 1830
From our Jewellery Box collection, we are pleased to offer this Georgian Rosewood Jewellery Box. The Jewellery Box of sarcophagus shape made from Rosewood is raised upon four ornate brass feet with twin loop handles, one to each side. The lid with a checkerboard edging with a raised convex border leading to a central chased design leading to a central oak leaf finial, the exterior is finished with a slim brass escutcheon. When the lid is lifted it reveals the green water silk and velvet lining with a gold cushioned velvet back pad to the inside of the lid. The Jewellery Box dates to the latter Georgian period during the last reining year of George IV circa 1830.
The Jewellery Box comes complete with a working lock and tasselled key.
Rosewood has many variations. Indian Rosewood, also known as Bombay Rosewood or Bombay Blackwood, is found in India and Indonesia. It is highly valued for its striking appearance with colours ranging from a medium-brown to dark red-brown with even darker grain lines. Madagascan Rosewood, found in Madagascar is a pink-brown colour with a darker almost purple 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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