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A pin-hinged Tunbridge Ware box with a simulated tortoiseshell background. The lid has a print entitled 'East view of the Pavilion'.

Circa 1820

In 1815 the Prince Regent commissioned the architect John Nash to transform Holland's Marine Pavilion into the Royal Pavilion, which appears on this box.

Dimensions

W 17.5cm D 11cm H 4.5cm


Stock number

W5886

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  • Members are elected for their knowledge, integrity and quality of stock
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