A 19th century mother of pearl and ivory tea caddy, the rect...





A 19th century mother of pearl and ivory tea caddy, the rectangular caddy with canted corners raised on four ivory bun feet, vacant cartouche to hinged cover, opening to reveal a covered compartment, 10cm high, together with a 19th century circular pratt ware pot after Murillo, 10cm diameter and a mother of pearl dressing table jar, 8.2cm high (3) (at fault)

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Pratt Ware pot: Crazing to cover. There is some loss to the enamel, concentrated on the sides. There are some chips to the rim on the base, as well and crazing and some flaking to the internal enamel. Moderate wear to the gilt highlighting. General scratching and wear commensurate with age and use. No large cracks or repair.

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Auction Date: 12th Jan 2022 at 9:30am

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Sale Dates:
12th Jan 2022 9:30am (Lots 1 to 627)