? AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD AND SADELI WORKBOX PROBABLY BOMBAY, EARLY 19TH CENTURY the hinged lid with ebony, sandalwood, ivory and sadeli bands, revealing a fitted interior, with a lift-out mirror to the underside, above lidded divisions and compartments, with ivory sewing utensils, including reel barrels, a tape measure, a thimble holder, rulers and boxes with covers, with a pin cushion and other accoutrements, above a sandalwood lined drawer fitted with a velvet hinged writing slope, with compartments for pen and ink and with a large ivory ruler, with silver hinges, handles and rests 14.6cm high, 44cm wide, 30.3cm deep Provenance The Estate of the late Jane Sumner.


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Location of the item : Royaume-Uni, Wiltshire

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