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A lovely example of a twin lid tea caddy dating to the Georgian period. The exterior is made from satinwood with tulipwood inlay and banding. It has two original floral ...
This is a coromandel and brass strap tea caddy with embossed and engraved brass straps to the top and sides, with heraldic plaque to the centre and hinged top opening ...
This is a superb 19th Century Regency antique brass inlaid beautiful Kingwood twin canister tea caddy, it’s in amazing condition with original handles to the sides and a original crystal ...
This is a mid 19th Century antique dome top tea caddy veneered in brown ebony.
The caddy interior has two lift out tea canisters which have dome topped hinged lids.
This is an early 19th Century antique tortoiseshell tea caddy with silver decoration with old Sheffield plate feet finial in original condition.
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This is an oversized 18th Century Georgian mahogany tea caddy. The hinged lid opens to a partitioned interior. Retaining its original brasses.
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This is a small Georgian English antique mahogany tea caddy inlaid to the front, top and sides with satinwood fans.
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This is an unusually small mahogany tea caddy which retains its original brasses and feet. The hinged lid opening to reveal a partitioned interior.
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This is a 19th Century Victorian antique rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy. The interior comprising of two removable lidded caddy boxes and central glass mixing bowl (later). Raised on bun feet.
This is a 19th Century Victorian antique rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy fitted to the inside with two removable lidded caddy boxes. Ring pull handles to each side. Raised on bun ...
Mid 19th century figured rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy with hinged opening lid enclosing two removable lidded caddy boxes and central glass mixing bowl (later edition). Brass lion mask ring pull ...
This is a mid 19th Century Victorian antique figured mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy with hinged opening lid enclosing two removable lidded caddy boxes and central glass mixing bowl. Raised on ...
A nice condition small octagonal tea caddy tin to commemorate the Investiture of Prince Charles to Prince of Wales which was held at Caernarvon Castle in July 1969.
The tin is ...
This is an 18th Century antique mahogany boxwood banded tea caddy which is hard to convey the quality of this tea caddy. It is as it was made around 1780-1790 ...
This is a 19th Century George III antique harewood moth inlaid mahogany octagonal twin lidded tea caddy, it is boxwood and ebony strung, it has a working lock and key ...
Early Victorian inlaid rosewood tea caddy in fine condition. Unspoilt patina. Attractive grain. No missing or replaced veneer. Stands on what is believed to be the original turned wooden ball ...
An immaculate rare single lid tea caddy made during the Georgian period. Its in great original condition all around and its a truly fine example. The main exterior wood is ...
A rare single tea caddy made from Harewood and inlaid in boxwood and sycamore also cross banded in tulipwood/boxwood. Its a great example dating to the Georgian period. It comes ...
This is a mid 19th Century Victorian antique dome top coromandel wood veneered tea caddy which has gilt brass pierced strapping and a gilt brass swing handle.
The interior has a ...
In wonderful condition and a super mellow colour and regency teapoy of the highest quality in burr elm retaining all it's original fittings. In unrestored, untouched condition, 2" moulding lost, ...
This is a good example of a late 18th Century English antique tea caddy in mahogany. Unusually with a secret sliding side to reveal a spoon drawer. Original conditional and ...
A lovely quality Regency rosewood and brass inlaid tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the hinged top opening to reveal a fitted interior consisting of centre cut glass mixing bowl flanked ...
Offered for sale is this rosewood and boxwood inlaid Regency antique tea caddy. It has an ebony lozenge to lid. The Regency lasted a mere nine years.
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This beautiful twin lid tea caddy is made from rosewood and has a lovely mellow colour. The exterior has edging made from box wood and the interior has a pair ...
A fabulous 18th Century chinoiserie tea caddy superbly decorated with figures, foliage, flowers and birds, the interior with two lift out tea containers, the interior decoration is very crisp and ...
Fine mid 18th. century Dutch 'stripy' tea caddy in mahogany and boxwood with kingwood cross-banding complete with its three tin cannisters within. Original carrying handle. Old replacement escutcheon. In fine ...
Here is an opportunity to own a rare collectors oval tea caddy in stunning condition. Its a beautiful example made from satinwood and inlaid boxwood down the panelling and on ...
Inlaid flame mahogany tea caddy in good condition. Attractive grain with even colour/tones. Contrasting edge trim and borders to the top and front to emphasise the form. The veneer and ...
This is a a good quality 18th Century Georgian antique tea caddy with original furniture and internal tins.
Here’s a stunning rare collector’s inlaid tea caddy dating to the Georgian period. It’s made from satinwood and bounded and inlaid with mahogany. It’s in great original condition all around ...
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