Early 19th Century Mahogany Sewing Box

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An early 19th century continental mahogany sewing or needlework box.

The box has a domed lid that has flamed mahogany and rosewood cross banding, while the interior has a lift out fitted tray to hold sewing instruments and threads.

The compartment below the tray is to hold materials and ribbons, while the front of the box has an arcaded recessed panel and stands on brass ball feet.

The box is in good condition with a small chip to the lid.

This item has been used as a prop in the television detective drama "VERA" which is mostly filmed in Northumberland. The episode it will appear in "Blood Money" will be shown in 2020.

 (Circa 1840)

Height 13.7cm (5.4 inches)
Width 28cm (11 inches)
Depth 19.5cm (7.7 inches)