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James Cox stuff box 1760s James Cox ran a company that made objets de vertu, also known as toys. His tradecard states that he made 'a great variety of curious work in gold, silver, and other metals also in amber, pearl, tortoiseshell and curious stones'. In 1772 Cox opened a showroom, which he called a museum, where he displayed his most spectacular work. Cox’s objects are international in nature. He employed craftsmen of many different nationalities and bought parts from across Europe.
Bachelors Chest. A fine quality mahogany bachelor or gentleman's chest in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. The top open to a glazed watch and jewelry compartment with velvet cushion liner, drop down mirror to the lift up top, a pull out secretaire with writing slope above a two section wine drawer and five other mixed drawers, the whole raised on bracket feet with inset castor. c 1760
A South German painted iron strong box 17th century painted throughout with flowers and shields, the central lockplate in the form of a flower head, upon wood base painted with halberdiers. height 30 1/4 in.; width 37 1/2 in.; depth 18 3/4 in
A South German oak, walnut and fruitwood marquetry chest first half 17th century with a rectangular moulded top above a central marquetry panel incorporating various architecture amidst a natural background flanked by two pairs of floral inlaid columns flanking marquetry niches above a central inlaid long drawer flanked by lower drawers. height 39 1/2 in.; width 6 ft. 3 in.; depth 30 in