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William IV Burr Maple and Rosewood Glove Box.A striking burr maple and rosewood glove box with a striped design, with rosewood back and sides.The box dates back to c.1830 ,with a mother of pearl top and key escutcheon and a temperamental working lock and key. The Interior has been relined with handcrafted marble paper.
Height : 6.5 cm
Width : 26 cm
Depth : 10 cm
Mostly Boxes Antiques ltd has clarified that the William IV Burr Maple and Rosewood Glove Box. (300052 / LA197512) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1830.
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