Late Georgian Rosewood Traveling Stationery set. Closed (left) and opened out (right) to reveal inkwell and pounce pot compartments (with said items) and places for quills, sharpeners, sealing wax and seals, paper and letters etc.
George III, late 18thC, Gilt and leather sedan chair. Hinged canopy above a hinged door enclosing a fitted red leather interior with button-back seat, bone fitted sliding compartmented glass windows and silk curtains, both sides with fitted brackets. Monogrammed 'EK' (no poles). Christies
18th Century Georgian Scent Casket Toilet Box Cut Steel Figured Rosewood English C 1790. This gorgeous box would have formed part of a lady's travel inventory. The casket weighs 2kgs. It needed to be substantial to survive the long and bumpy carriage journey on treacherous English roads. Lined with green velvet, with six compartments and padded faux silk buttoned lid. Five original scent or toilet bottles. Each one is profusely decorated with all over cut glass motifs.