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This is an oval antique German caddy with figural decoration measuring 2 1/2” (6.5 cms) across x 2 “ (5 cms) deep and 3 1/2” (9 cms) tall and has ...
Edwardian, silver tea-caddy of oval form in the Georgian style - gadrooning to the body and lid with lion-mask and ring handles – London 1902, Charles Stuart Harris
This is a sterling silver, George III, small silver tea caddy, hallmarked London 1800. The makers are George Smith & Thos Hunter.
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Antique English sterling silver tea caddy with pull off lid, monogram to front beneath the rim.
Hallmarked from Birmingham in 1896 with the makers mark being that of Deakin & Francis ...
This is a lovely antique Victorian sterling silver caddy with a hinged lid measuring 4 3/4' (12 cms) tall x 4' (10 cms) across x 3 1/4' (8 cms) deep ...
This is a Stunning George V Silver Tea Caddy in the form of a Georgian Knife Box. The Tea Caddy has a hinged decorative handle and a gilt interior.
Made by ...
This is a very nice small Antique Silver Tea Caddy. Oval form with embossed decoration. of flowers. Vacant cartouche. lift of lid.
Fully hallmarked Sheffield 1903.
Maker:- Atkin Brothers.
Late Victorian sterling silver tea caddy with pull off lid, decorated all around with rural countryside scenes.
Hallmarked from London in 1899, the makers mark is indistinct so we can not ...
This is a very good size Antique Victorian Silver Tea Caddy. Oval bellied form. Standing on 4 feet. Lift up lid.
Fully hallmarked London 1899.
Maker:- Daniel & John Wellby.
This is a super antique Edwardian sterling silver caddy with a hinged lid measuring 3 1/2" (9 cms) tall x 3" (7.5 cms) across x 2 1/4" (6 cms) deep ...
A rare and fine quality early 20th century handmade silver Caddy Spoon in the Arts & Crafts style with a hammered circular bowl and pierced apple tree handle.
By Bernard Instone, ...
A rare early 20th century silver Caddy Spoon in the Arts & Crafts style with hammered oval bowl, the pierced diamond shaped handle depicting the “Tree of Life” with shield ...
An Art Deco style commemorative silver Caddy Spoon made to celebrate the Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth on 12th May 1937. Depicting busts of the two Monarchs within a ...
Magnificent late Victorian sterling silver and Faux shell tea caddy with Eastern / Chinese gentleman figure lid finial.
No damage and no repairs, Hallmarked to lid and top silver band , ...
Arts & Crafts sterling silver caddy spoon. The caddy spoon is crafted with an openwork, trefoil leaf handle and a hammered, scoop shaped bowl. The caddy spoon is made by ...
This is a very unusual antique Indian silver tea caddy with embossed decoration of scrolls. Vacant cartouche. Pull off lid, that has a black wooden disc on top, and a ...
Elegant solid silver tea Caddy of oval shape with hallmarks for London 1923 by Saunders and Shepherd it is in good condition with no damage or repair .
Description: - A George V sterling silver caddy spoon. The caddy spoon is crafted with a hammered finish, lug handle, and chased with a stylised shell. The caddy spoon is ...
This is a good quality heavy silver shell bowl caddy spoon. Sheffield 1905 Thomas Bradbury. No splits
A great example of a silver shell bowl caddy spoon. Birmingham 1801 Joseph Taylor. Great condition no splits. Bright cut decoration to handle.
A lovely heart shaped silver caddy spoon. Birmingham 1792 Joseph Taylor. Crest to handle. Super condition
This is a lovely silver Russian caddy spoon. Fully marked on both the bowl and the handle. We believe the date to be 1861. The inside of the bowl ...
We have for sale a charming late Victorian silver caddy spoon by the excellent Atkin Brothers silversmiths.
This very attractive silver caddy spoon has a lovely engraved shell shaped bowl extending ...
This is a good quality and very heavily cast Iona style sterling silver caddy spoon dating from the mid 20th century.
The item carries the DB mark for Hamish Dawson-Bowman, the ...
Georgian Sterling Silver Caddy Spoon. Charming caddy spoon with chased detail to the handle, hallmarked for London 1807, the assay office mark is worn with 200 years of wear.
English antique sterling silver caddy spoon of scoop form, hallmarked from Birmingham in 1808 with the makers mark being that of Wardell & Kempson.
A few light dinks to the handle ...
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George V English sterling silver tea caddy; an addition to our 20th century silverware collection.
This exceptional antique George V sterling silver tea caddy has ...
A good Victorian Provincial silver Caddy Spoon with elongated shell shaped bowl, the shaped handle with chased leaf terminal.
This West Country Spoon has become known as the "Ellis Leaf"
By Henry ...
This is a good George III antique silver Caddy Spoon with oval bowl and Old English handle, bright-cut engraved decoration and contemporary initials to the handle.
By Joseph Taylor, Birmingham, 1811
Danish silver caddy spoon by Georg Jensen in the rope pattern also known as perle pattern, carries the assay maters mark of Christian F Heise as well as the three ...
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