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An octagonal Regency rosewood card box


Circa 1815




Height 2 ¼ inches Width 11 inches Depth 9 inches

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An octagonal Regency rosewood card box, the hinged lid with a central cartouche showing a classical lady painting a child while another child plays on a stool, all within a gilt and black penwork border, with boxwood stringing and inlays, the pale blue interior with seven compartments containing bone fish-shaped counters and several packs of George III playing cards by Hunt & Sons and Josiah Stone.  English, circa 1815.


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