William IV rosewood and brass inlaid teapoy, c. 1830, the caddy of stylised sarcophagus-form, the hinged lid opening to a yellow silk lined interior, on tapering octagonal column support with quadraform base raised on brass castors, height 80 cm width 40 c
A good William IV rosewood teapoy, the hinged top enclosing two tea caddies and vacant wells for bowls, with gadrooned edge and body supported by beaded and fluted baluster base with acanthus mouldings on quatreform platform base with lion paw feet, 78 cm
Early 19th century rosewood enclosed pedestal teapoy. Fitted with two wooden canisters, and two glass mixing bowls, on three scrolled feet. Stamp of British antique Dealers Association. Key available. Height 72 cm. Diameter 50 cm
A George IV brass inlaid rosewood teapoy, the finely figured body, with an ogee sided rectangular top opening to reveal four lidded containers and two apertures for mixing bowls (the bowls now missing), raised on a baluster standard and scroll supports, th
A Victorian rosewood teapoy, circa 1860, the hinged rectangular top opening to an interior fitted with two central apertures for mixing tea and four lidded containers, above a lobed apron and a facetted stem, raised on a quadripartite platform base with sc
Early Victorian flame mahogany teapoy, c1840, modelled in sarcophagus shape leading to a flared pillar and quadraform concave sided base, terminating in squat bun feet. Width 40 cm. Depth 32 cm. Height 84 cm
A late Regency rosewood teapoy, the raised, moulded rectangular top opening to an interior fitted with mixing bowls and apertures for tea, above a faceted stem, raised on a concave platform base, bun feet 44 x 80 x 36. cm
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