Early Tunbridge Ware Jewellery Box with Brighton Pavillion c1825


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Heading : Early Tunbridge ware jewellery box
Date : c1825
Period : George III
Origin : George Wise.
Tonbridge. Kent
Decoration : Cental print of Brighton Pavillion. Even earlier examples feature Holland’s original design. this features John Nash’s iconic “Hindoo” buildings. This is borderd by notched banding with keylines. The front panel with band of alternating monochrome rectangles. Cast metal handles with floral decoration. Interior painted pink. The interior also has a print of Brighton pier and marine parade.
Size : 
22.7×17.2cm. 12.5cm height
Condition : Excellent. minmal wear and altough the image is a little faded it still presents well. There would have previously been a gilded border around the main image. this has faded and a faint darkening of the wood is noticable around in image. A small indent on the front elevation within the border. Working lock and key
Restoration : The interior has been repainted in rose and a little of this paint has run onto the image. Profesionally cleaned and polished
Weight : 1108 grams

This is the work of George Wise of Tonbridge.

Additional information

Weight1500 g


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