18TH C BURR ELM TEA CADDY

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18TH C BURR ELM TEA CADDY

MYTTON ANTIQUES
A George III Burr Yew Wood Tea Caddy.

The hinged lid with canted edges, decorated with boxwood and nettle line inlays, opening to the interior. The body with a bone diamond shaped key escutcheon, the body and lid edged with kingwood crossbanding, held within bodywood stringing.

Date c 1770.

Height 5 inches, width 4 3/4 inches.

Period: 

1770

 

Norton Crossroads
Atcham
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 4UH - See more at: http://www.myttonantiques.co.uk/contact_us.php#sthash.wlDhYpHm.dpuf

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MYTTON ANTIQUES

Norton Crossroads
Atcham
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 4UH
United Kingdom

WWW.MYTTONANTIQUES.CO.UK

Jerrard Nares initially learnt about the antiques trade by working for well regarded firms in London and New York before taking over the family business in Shropshire.  He has an excellent knowledge about 18th and 19th Century furniture.  Working alongside Jerrard is his wife Sally, his father Malcolm and Naomi.

Mytton Antiques have been trading from the same spot for over 30 years in a 17th Century thatched building near to Shrewsbury.  The shop is open Monday-Saturday, 10am-4pm

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Jerrard Nares (see photograph) initially learnt the antiques trade by working for well regarded firms in London and New York before taking over the family business in Shropshire. He has an excellent knowledge of 18th and 19th Century furniture, decorative antique furniture, decorative antiques and related items and is also a keen decorative collector himself.

Working alongside Jerrard are; his wife Sally, father Malcolm and Naomi, who are all committed to helping customers in the shop and online.

We have been trading from the same idyllic spot for over 30 years in a 17th Century thatched building near to Shrewsbury and 5 minutes off the M54. 

 

- See more at: http://www.myttonantiques.co.uk/about_us.php#sthash.pBjWA2Ai.dpuf

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