Tunbridge Ware Stationery Box Hever Castle c1870

Heading : A fine Tunbridge Ware stationery box
Date : c1870
Period : Victoria
Origin :
Probably Henry Hollamby, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Decoration : Cushion topped. A image of Hever castle. Two floral borders of roses and leaves set with rosewood veneer. paper lined
Size :  Height 11cm, 27cm x 22cm
Condition : Excellent the lock and key are working,
Restoration : The paper lining has been replaced. The box has been professionally cleaned and polished.
Weight :  883grams

Hever was home for the cause of the English Reformation whose charms were such that Henry VIII made Anne Boleyn wife number two. Having been found guilty of witchcraft, plotting to kill the king, incest and adultery she will also have been late for dinner when beheaded. Losing the Kings affections to Jane Seymour were posthumously vindicated when her daughter became Queen Elizabeth



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  • Product Code: 20062630
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  • £840.00

Tags: Tunbridge Ware, Stationery Box, Hever Castle, Kent, mosaic, Anne Boleyn, Heny hollamby,

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