A painted Pine Box, circa 1860. (40x12.5x16.5h) £185.
A sarcophagus shaped Mahogany Georgian Tea Caddy, circa 1790. (12.25x6.25x7.25h) £250.
A Regency Mahogany Tea Caddy, circa 1810. (11x6.25x7.5h) £225.
A 17th Century carved Oak Bible Box. (15.5x9.5x14h) £350
An unusual Work Box in figured Beech and shell inlay, circa 1810. (11x7x5.5h) £175.
An Oak Trap Box from Hopton Court. (25.5x9.5x14h) £285
An early Elm Bible Box. (30x14.5x12.5h) £350
An early Elm Bible Box, circa 1700. (25x15x9.5h) £375.
An early Elm Bible Box £350
An early 18th Century Bible Box £495
An 18th Century Oak Box with three locks. (28.75x21.5x13.5h) £350
A Walnut Box, 19th Century. (9.25x6.5x3.5h) £175.
An 18th Century Oak Table Top Desk with single drawer £350
A Walnut and Parquetry Box, 19th Century. (10x6.5x4.5h) £75.
A Victorian Walnut Writing Slope, circa 1850. £325.
A Victorian Walnut Writing Box. (12x8x5h) £195
A small Pencil Box. (2.5x9x2h) £25
A satinwood Work Box of good colour, 19th Century. (14x10x8h) £195.
A Rosewood Work Box, 19th Century. (16x9.5x5h) £125.
A Rosewood Work Box with mother of pearl, 19th Century. (11x8x5h) £135.
A Rosewood Dome Top Box, 19th Century. (8x5x4.5h) £75.
A pretty small Yew wood sarcophagus Tea Caddy, circa 1790. (8x5x5.5h) £195.
A late Georgian Fruitwood Box. (17.5x35x12.75h) £285
A Georgian Salt Box unusually in teak, circa 1820. £165.
A Country Salt Box in Elm, circa 1760. SOLD
A 19th century Rosewood Box with inset campaign carrying handles, circa 1860. £450.
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