Marquetry tea chest: 18th century
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 29cm x 22cm

Marquetry tea chest: 18th century

William Potter

© Museum of London

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A marquetry tea chest containing two tea canisters made by William Potter of Cornhill in 1786. A mother of pearl disc inscribed, 'Made by W Potter London 1786' is set into the inside of the lid of each canister. The set is said to have been modelled after Carlton House. The tea chest was offered in a raffle open to fifty subscribers at two guineas each and were won by the maker.
 

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Date

1786 AD - 1786 AD
 

Image Number

000948
 

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