Early 18th Century Dutch Mahogany Jardinere

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Early 18th Century Dutch Mahogany Jardinere

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£695.00

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Fine early 18th century mahogany or possibly red walnut Dutch jardinere or tea bucket. Gorgeous shape with two drawers, all original engraved brassware and original brass liner. All the mouldings, base, middle and top are all cross grain like on early English walnut. The two drawers are both oak lined and dovetailed with the larger one having its orignal early iron lock. The bucket has all its original brassware with the plate handles having engraved back plates with shaped drops. 

For such an early example the bucket is in basically very good condition. There are a few minor old veneer repairs as you might expect. Original colour and patination with waxed finish.

A great design wee item and still as useful today as when it was made. Would look lovely with flowers in it.

SIZE; 12" suqare by 19" high

CIRCA; 1720 - 1740
 

Product Code8228
ConditionUsed

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