The marks on the silver caddies show that they were made in the Hague and it can be assumed that the box was also made there. A number of these elegant boxes were executed in The Hague. Some of which were inlaid with panels of Japanese lacquer. This was a speciality of Matthijs Horrix (1735-1809), who was was the leading cabinet maker to the Stadholderly court between 1767 and 1795.
A related tea-box with similar lacquer panels and silver tea-caddies by Martinus van Stapele (1731-c.1805) is illustrated in R.J. Baarsen et.al., Imitation and Inspiration, Japanese influence on Outer Art, from 1650 to the present, Amsterdam, 1992, p. 81.