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MAGNIFICENT 18thc GEORGE III SARCOPHAGUS MARQUETRY INLAID TEA CADDY JEWELRY BOX

£2,550.00 or Best Offer 7d, FREE Shipping, 14-Day Returns

Seller: period-manor-fine-antiques (364) 100%, Location: Malvern, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 112207563074 WELCOME TO PERIOD-MANOR-ANTIQUES Please click on to the following Blue shop doorway for better quality images and a full list of Antique Furniture & works of Fine Art that we currently have on Offer For immediate Enquiries please telephone: 07743 383879 or01886 502003 'Click here' -> Period-Manor-Antiques Shop Email Enquiries: period-manor-antiques@outlook.com........................................................................... Description: MAGNIFICENT 18thc GEORGE III SARCOPHAGUS MARQUETRY INLAID TEA CADDY JEWELRY BOX This outstanding very impressive piece dates to Circa 1760-1780 and the Sarcophagus form is embellished throughout with the original Georgian Marquetry inlay in Walnut, Fruitwood & satinwood. The piece is quite possibly the finest Quality George III Tea Caddy that is currently on offer! Of fantastic aged colouration and patination, the piece retains the original gadrooned brass lidded panel, the original period Hinges, original lock and Original Ruby red velvet lined interior. As the images show this is a truly fabulous piece although the photographs do not do it justice! This is a brilliant investment piece and will guarantee to be the main talking point of any room in which you choose to place it. As stated above the piece is in outstanding original condition. Included in the sale is our 'Free'' UK mainland insured delivery service...................................................... Overall Measurements when closed Height: 7.3'' Width: 11.7'' Depth: 6.9''...................................................... Shipping costs: (Note: We ship using 'Only' fully insured couriers (For furniture) and fully insured postal services (For Fine-art) All/Any other shipping quotes 'Where applicable' include this fully insured & tracked/signed for service) United Kingdom mainland 'FREE DELIVERY' Rest of United Kingdom 'FREE DELIVERY' Europe £29.00 Rest of the world £35.00 Collection is also welcome by prior appointment................................................................... Returns policy: Period Manor Antiques offer a 'No Hassle' money back refund policy! Should a buyer not be entirely satisfied with their purchase within 14 days of receiving their goods, we will refund the total purchase price (minus the return cost of postage/delivery). ................................................................... International callers please telephone: (+ 44) 7743 383879 or(+ 44) 1886 502003................................................................................ Payment options: We can accept payments via Paypal, Cash upon collection or Bank transfer (BACS) Payment to be made within 72 hours of purchase unless otherwise agreed prior to purchase Note: ''We are sometimes happy to accept a deposit in order to hold a piece for a reasonable length of time providing it is agreed by both ourselves and the buyer prior to purchase, so feel free to contact us with your proposals, as we do not bite'' :-) Thank you for looking Condition: AN EXCEPTIONAL PIECE IN FIRST CLASS ORIGINAL CONDITION THROUGHOUT - CIRCA 1760 - 1780 -0 OUTSTANDING AGED COLOURATION AND PATINATION - RETAINING THE ORIGINAL HINGES AND ORIGINAL LOCK - ORIGINAL RUBY RED VELVET LINED INTERIOR - A RARE PIECE - FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE PLEASE TELEPHONE PERIOD MANOR ANTIQUES ON: 07850 394 754 OR 01886 822 181”, Product Type: Chests, Original/Reproduction: Original, Style: Georgian, Age: Pre-1800, Material: Walnut, Original//Reproduction: Original, Tea Caddy: Jewelry Box, Period: 18th Century, Marquetry inlaid: Circa 1760-1780, Original Antique: Chest Box Caddy

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