Antique English Penwork Sewing Box / Basket C. 1820 An absolutely charming Regency sewing box in the form of a basket with it's original bentwood folding swing handle. The domed top features a figural inspired by Adam Buck etching Mamma, Don't Make Me Beg in Vain, Please Read That Pretty Book Again , c1808. Indeed part of that motto remains to the interior Condition: Sorry no key.The box remains in superb condition for its age , just a few nibbles to one of the knobs holding the handle, and a minor surface cracking to the lid. Size : 8 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 5" tall and 8 1/2" to top of handle.
Wight before packing: 750g Regency in era, dating to around 1815 / 1820. The domed top features a figure group inspired by Adam Buck etching Mamma, Don't Make Me Beg in Vain, Please Read That Pretty Book Again , c1808. Live in the Merseyside area? Why not visit our shop in West Kirby. If you want further advice on this please contact me.Your message is important to me and I do not want it lost amongst the spam! I will do my best to resolve any problems as soon as possible. Once feedback has been left I will reciprocate as it is only at this point that I consider the sale complete. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.
The item "Antique English Penwork Sewing Box / Basket C. 1820" is in sale since Thursday, April 1, 2021.This item is in the category "Collectables\Sewing\Boxes & Baskets". The seller is "patg2753" and is located in Wirral.
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