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Grouping of early woodenware including two treenware containers and an inlaid tea caddy. 1st item – paint decorated pear form treenware container, similar to a tea caddy form. Red striated decoration over a yellow background. 6 1/4" height. 2nd item – brown painted treenware circular container with wooden finial. 5 3/4" height. 3rd item – Inlaid square tea caddy with inlaid figures on five panels. Inlaid borders on top and base simulating a micromosaic pattern. 5" height x 4 1/2" width. 2nd or 3rd quarter of the 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st item – painted pear with age crack, older flakes at rim opening, chip to inner wall of interior. 2nd item – section of rim edge glued, scattered flaking and wear to painted surface. 3rd item – old losses to top border, old veneer losses at corners of box, possibly missing inner liner to interior.