Complete game box in lacquer "de Coromandele" on claw feet with mother-of-pearl chips. China early 19th century. Lid: BE Interior: TBE. Rare. 38x30x14hcm The type of lacquerware known as "Coromandel" was created in China in the mid 17th century. Their name, that of the eastern coast of India, was given by the English because it was in the ports of this coast that these lacquers, exported from China to Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, were transhipped from Chinese junks to the ships of the India companies.