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Fitted interior, complete with all containers and lids. Lids are silver plated on copper. Back row of three square bottles with glass stoppers and two round bottles with silver plated lids.
Front section has two smaller glass bottles (one with a chip to the rim) with lids to the front corners, three rectangular glass containers with lids, and central rosewood lift-up lid with turned ivory knob. Lined in red velvet and burgundy leather.
The whole front section lifts out to reveal a hidden compartment below.
Underside of lid has crushed red velvet lining with gold embossed surround. This folds down to reveal a burgundy leather documents pouch, and a removable leather notepaper holder. Makers name embossed in gold - Fisher, 188 Strand, London.
Bottom drawer slides out to reveal five compartments lined in red velvet.
|Height||6.50 inch||(16.51 cm)|
|Width||13.00 inch||(33.02 cm)|
|Depth||9.75 inch||(24.76 cm)|
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