Henry Clay Furniture
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The average cost of an antique Henry Clay Furniture is $7,484. The price can vary from $1,750 and $12,123 based on the condition, age, materials and aesthetic value for a specific Henry Clay Furniture.
Henry Clay Papier Mache Painted Oval Tea Caddy
Antique 18th Century Georgian Boxes
A beautifully painted papier mache Tea Caddy by Henry Clay. Decorated with quaint rural scenes. Scenes of a farmer and his herd, fishermen, and a group of boating folk are set against t...
18th Century Papier Mâché Octagonal Tea Caddy by H...
Antique 18th Century British George III Boxes
Octagonal papier mâché tea caddy, decorated with classical figures and cherubs. Entwined diaper borders which are also repeated on the hinged, silvered-handled top. The Henry Clay t...
Chinoiserie Papier Mâché Tray on Stand by Henry ...
Antique Early 19th Century British Chinoiserie Coffee and Cocktail Tables
chinoiserie papier mâché tray by Henry Clay. Chinoiserie polychrome scene with gilt detailing. Tray is stamped Clay King St Cov't Garden (London.) Custom stand of a later period in b...
Papier Mâché Tray Signed by Henry Clay, circa 1840...
Antique 19th Century British Early Victorian Tray Tables
Papier mâché tray signed by Henry Clay, early 19th century Henry Clay of Birmingham, England, patented a process for treating laminated sheets of paper with linseed oil to produce water...
George III Henry Clay Papier Mache Tea Caddy
Antique 18th Century British Georgian Boxes
Henry Clay papier mache tea caddy decorated with painted anthemion border and classical Etruscan style figures. With a silver escutcheon and hall marked swing handle on the lid. T...
Regency Black and Gilt Papier Mache Lacquer Tray w...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tray Tables
The Chinoiserie decorated black and gilt rectangular tray stamped on the reverse "Clay, King St. Covent Garden.”
Regency Papier Mâché Tray Table
Antique Early 19th Century Regency Tray Tables
Regency papier mâché tray signed by Henry Clay, King St., Covent Garden, circa 1810. Now mounted on custom base. Clay was the most famous of all English papier mâché manufacturers and h...