A George III mahogany and brass-bound watercolour and drawing case, W.J. Reeves & Woodyer, London, England, 1800-1816 the rectangular hinged cover inset with a shield-shaped brass cartouche, enclosing compartments, fitted with a marble mixing tray, later glass water bowl, detachable paint tray including thirty labelled compartments and various watercolour cakes, four porcelain mixing dishes, with later paintbrush, the front with frieze drawer, brass-bound corners, original paper labels, some damage to the cakes, 8,5cm high, 37,8cm wide, 24cm deep
Sold for R 12 000 Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 13 656
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