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19th c. Victorian mother of pearl inlaid papier-mache Teapoy, fitted interior w/ covered caddies...

19th c. Victorian mother of pearl inlaid papier-mache Teapoy, fitted interior w/ covered caddies...

Antique Papier Mache Desk Letter Holder

Antique Papier Mache Desk Letter Holder

Antique Victorian Papier Mache Desk Box Container

Antique Victorian Papier Mache Desk Box Container

English Papier-mache seating chair/side chair lacquer

English Papier-mache seating chair/side chair lacquer

Antique hand crafted Papier Mache parlor chair. Has hand painted gilded floral scroll design over black lacquer finish.

Antique hand crafted Papier Mache parlor chair. Has hand painted gilded floral scroll design over black lacquer finish.

Francois J. Interiors

Francois J. Interiors

Inlaid papier mache Victorian tilt top table

Inlaid papier mache Victorian tilt top table

SEWING BOX PAPIER MACHE VICTORIAN ENGLISH circa 1870 VERY ORIGINAL | eBay

SEWING BOX PAPIER MACHE VICTORIAN ENGLISH circa 1870 VERY ORIGINAL | eBay

Victorian papier mache sewing stand inlaid and trimmed with abalone.  Painted shell design and gilt accents, hinged, locking top reveals original blue silk and velvet fitted interior, lift out tray and mirror

Victorian papier mache sewing stand inlaid and trimmed with abalone. Painted shell design and gilt accents, hinged, locking top reveals original blue silk and velvet fitted interior, lift out tray and mirror

Origin:   England/Ireland     A fine Victorian sewing (or work) table adorned with mother-of-pearl inlay and papier-mché of Windsor Castle, using period wallpaper. The octagonal table has a fitted interior of velvet and silk and is set upon scrolled feet. These special tables for embroidery and needlework were introduced during the second half of the 18th century and became quite fashionable during the Victorian era. Today, finding a work table in such good condition is a rarity. Circa 1855.

Origin: England/Ireland A fine Victorian sewing (or work) table adorned with mother-of-pearl inlay and papier-mché of Windsor Castle, using period wallpaper. The octagonal table has a fitted interior of velvet and silk and is set upon scrolled feet. These special tables for embroidery and needlework were introduced during the second half of the 18th century and became quite fashionable during the Victorian era. Today, finding a work table in such good condition is a rarity. Circa 1855.

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