Antique Tea Caddies / Teapoy

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Burr Yew Tea Caddy c.1800 from Michael Johnson Antiques

An immaculate twin lid tea caddy made from burr yew Its been inlaid with boxwood around the edging It has the iconic shell inlays on the front and top of

£550

$727 €644

Rare Oval Single Tea Caddy c.1790 from Michael Johnson Antiques

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

£1,750

$2,313 €2,050

Burr Walnut Regency Tea Caddy c.1820 from Michael Johnson Antiques

This is a beautiful twin lid tea caddy made from burr walnut The burr walnut gives off an attractive swirling grain to the wood The main exterior has an edging

£400

$529 €469

Victorian Papier Mache Tea Caddy from C.S.Moreton (Antiques)

Fine Victorian papier mache two division tea caddy with hand painted decoration of flowers to lid and all sides and with gilt enrichments Original internal lids with MOP knobs All

£135

$178 €158

Georgian Inlaid Flame Mahogany Tea Caddy c.1820 from Antique Boxes & Collectables

Inlaid flame mahogany tea caddy in good condition Attractive grain with even colourtones Contrasting edge trim and borders to the top and front to emphasise the form The veneer and

18th Century Mahogany Tea Caddy from GD Ginger Antiques

This is a a good quality 18th Century Georgian antique tea caddy with original furniture and internal tins

£390

$515 €457

Rare Georgian Tea Caddy c.1800 from Michael Johnson Antiques

Heres a stunning rare collectors inlaid tea caddy dating to the Georgian period Its made from satinwood and bounded and inlaid with mahogany Its in great original condition all around

£700

$925 €820

Sarcophagus Tea Caddy from Sunnyside Antiques

19th Century mahogany sarcophagus tea caddy on turned bun feet in original condition and of good colourCirca 1850sIf you require more photographs details please message us with your requestACCEPTED

£185

$244 €217

Georgian Partridgewood Tea Caddy. c1810. from Antique Boxes & Collectables

Georgian twin canister tea caddy of classic style in good condition Veneered with Partridgewood a veneer generally considered as being used almost exclusively as the main veneer during the Georgian

Fine Brass & Silver Plated Tea Caddy c.1860 from Graver Antiques Decorative Objects

Fine brass and silver plated tea caddy silver plated panels with fantastic hunting scenes silver plated end panels with cherubs inside are two beautifully engraved oval silver plated tea caddies

£2,250

$2,973 €2,636

Fine Regency Brass Inlaid Rosewood Tea Caddy from Graver Antiques Decorative Objects

This is a fine Regency antique brass inlaid rosewood tea caddy The sarcophagus shaped tea caddy having original brass inlay gadrooned edges turned handles on the sides standing on four

£1,285

$1,698 €1,505

William IV Rosewood Tea Caddy c.1830 from Michael Johnson Antiques

This is a lovely rosewood tea caddy in great condition all around Its a unique shape and dates to William IV It sits on its original rosewood bun feet The

£240

$317 €281

Fine 1820s Pollard Oak & Inlaid Tea Caddy from A and B Antiques

This is a 1820s Pollard oak and inlaid tea caddy supported on brass paw feet with mixing bowl all in excellent orderH18cm W32cm D175cm supported on brass paw feet with

£385

$509 €451

Victorian Silver & Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy from Michael Johnson Antiques

A collectors Tea Caddy made from solid silver and tortoise shell Its in great condition all around Silver hallmarks on the lid and also the tea lettering It dates

£690

$912 €808

Mahogany Tea Caddy c.1840 from Michael Johnson Antiques

A great example of a mahogany tea caddy with tulipwood cross banding and boxwood bound Its in great condition all around the its age The interior comprises of twin mahogany

£270

$357 €316

Georgian Inlaid Tea Caddy from Sunnyside Antiques

This is a good 18th Century Georgian antique inlaid tea caddy with conch shell inlay to the top with a good colour original containers and mixing bowlIf you require more

£285

$377 €334

Antique Teapoy, English, William Iv, Rosewood, Work Box c.1835 from London Fine Ltd

This is an antique teapoy an English William IV rosewood work box dating to the early 19th Century Superb colour in the polished rosewood finish Grain interest throughout with a

£2,250

$2,973 €2,636

Georgian Tea Caddy from Sunnyside Antiques

Georgian antique tea caddy veneered in mahogany with a fine boxwood edge and crossbanded with king wood inlayThe lid has a wonderful flower inlay in the middle and conch shell

£338

$447 €396

Fruitwood Tea Caddy in the form of an Apple c.1800 from Wick Antiques Ltd

This is an antique fruitwood tea caddy in the form of an apple with steel hinge and lock plate the wood a sensational colour probably Continental

£2,850

$3,766 €3,339

Fruitwood Tea Caddy in the form of a Pear c.1800 from Wick Antiques Ltd

This is a fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a pear with steel hinge and lock plate the wood a sensational colour probably Continental

£2,950

$3,898 €3,456

Fine Brass & Silver Plated Tea Caddy c.1860 from Graver Antiques and Interiors

Fine brass and silver plated tea caddy with silver plated panels and fantastic hunting scenes It has silver plated end panels with cherubs inside are two beautifully engraved oval silver

£2,250

$2,973 €2,636