19th Century Coromandel Decorative Lady’s Dressing Case
19th Century Coromandel Decorative Lady’s Dressing Case
19th Century Coromandel Decorative Lady’s Dressing Case

EDWARD, EDWARD JUNIOR, JOHN & WILLIAM BARNARD BARNARD (worked from 1829)

19th Century Coromandel Decorative Lady’s Dressing Case

c. 1850 England

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The case is constructed in a finely marked coromandel, with inset brass handles, and brass guard bands to the angles. The hinged lid rises to reveal in the upper section, a drop down document holder, with a mirror to the back; the parcel gilt pieces are engraved with a Viscountess’s coronet, probably Charles, 2nd Viscount Hardinge Cornwallis (1822-1894), and inset with turquoises, and comprise a suite of four cut glass jars, a liqueur flask with a fitted cup; the pull-out rear shelf houses seven jars for ink, potions and unguents, the lift out platform has sectional jewellery compartments; over, a pair of hexagonal based silver hall marked candlesticks, a thermometer, button hook, folding ruler, corkscrew, & etc. Hall marked for London, 1850, the makers being Edward, John and William Barnard.
Circa 1850
Excellent
Dimensions
Height 20.50 cm (8.07 inches)
Width 40.50 cm (15.94 inches)
Depth 32.50 cm (12.80 inches)
Stock Code
8510
Medium
Coromandel, brass, parcel gilt, silver, cut glass, turquoise
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