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Antique Victorian Rosewood Box with original wine coloured leather interior circa.1835-40.

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Reference: JB414

Description:
JB414: Early Victorian box veneered in rosewood and bound with brass straps and unusually shaped brass corners which soften the formality of the brass with a gently rounded curve. The interior and the lift-out tray are covered in the original wine-coloured leather. Under the tray the space is further compartmentalised with original leather covered separations. The back lid envelope pouch is again covered in the original leather and decorated with a gold embossed pattern of palmettes. Working lock and key. Circa 1835-40.

Origin: UK

Circa: 1835-40.

Size: 30.5 cm wide by 23 cm by 13 cm:  12 inches wide by 9 inches by 5.1 inches.

 

JB414: Early Victorian box veneered in rosewood and bound with brass straps and unusually shaped brass corners which soften the formality of the brass with a gently rounded curve. The interior and the lift-out tray are covered in the original wine-coloured leather. Under the tray the space is further compartmentalised with original leather covered separations. The back lid envelope pouch is again covered in the original leather and decorated with a gold embossed pattern of palmettes. Working lock and key. Circa 1835-40. Enlarge Picture

 

JB414: Early Victorian box veneered in rosewood and bound with brass straps and unusually shaped brass corners which soften the formality of the brass with a gently rounded curve. The interior and the lift-out tray are covered in the original wine-coloured leather. Under the tray the space is further compartmentalised with original leather covered separations. The back lid envelope pouch is again covered in the original leather and decorated with a gold embossed pattern of palmettes. Working lock and key. Circa 1835-40. Enlarge Picture

The interior and the lift-out tray are covered in the original wine-coloured leather. Under the tray the space is further compartmentalised with original leather covered separations. The back lid envelope pouch is again covered in the original leather and decorated with a gold embossed pattern of palmettes.

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The back lid envelope pouch is again covered in the original leather.

 

The original leather is decorated with a gold embossed pattern of palmettes.

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