William IV Rosewood Tea caddy with mother of pearl Inlay.
A beautiful William IV Rosewood tea caddy dating back to c.1830 with beautiful mother of pearl and pewter inlay to the top and a mother of pearl top and key escutcheon around a working lock and tasselled key.
The box sits on four feet and has brass lion mask handles to the slides.
The back of the inside lid has been relined with handcrafted marble paper. The box contains two tea canisters and a glass mixing bowl to the centre.
It measures 31 x 16 and stands 17cm high.