Antique pearwood treenware covered apothecary container with hand cut screw on top c1880. Attributed to S Maw, Son & Thompson, 7-12 Aldersgate, makers of chemist and pharmacy equipment, they have items displayed in the science museum, London. Excellent condition. Measures 3.25 inches high by 3.25 inches wide. Hand turned on a lathe by a master woodworker. Excellent condition, no cracks or repairs.
S Maw Son & Thompson pearwood treenware covered apothecary bottle with stopper and hand cut screw on top circa 1880. 1870/5-1901/5 - S Maw, Son & Thompson, 7-12 Aldersgate, makers of chemist and pharmacy equipment, their items are displayed in the science museum in London. Excellent condition. Measures 4 inches high.
Authentic early 19thc Chinese leather box made to look like cinnabar. Untouched condition. Measures 7.5 d x 13 w x 4 inches high. Wonderful old patina, and sewn sides.
Vintage Chinese rosewood jewelry box with solid brass mountings. Fully compartmented and lined in velvet with single drawer below. Measures 14 W x 10 D x 6.5 H.
Georgian period English oak mule chest or blanket chest, Chippendale style, circa 1780. Lift top, with inner candle box, over 4 drawers; bracket base. Original brasses and surface. Some minor molding pieces missing but otherwise in wonderful condition. Measures 65 inches wide, 23 inches deep and 44 inches high.