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A rare GIII painted country house tea caddy with two dormer windows. Internally it has twin compartments with much of it's orignal foil lining. It retains its original paint work with slight wear to it in places, in keeping with it's age Circa 1800

A rare GIII painted country house tea caddy with two dormer windows. Internally it has twin compartments with much of it's orignal foil lining. It retains its original paint work with slight wear to it in places, in keeping with it's age Circa 1800

Antique Tea Caddy, Victorian Parquetry (English) cube shaped in rosewood and other woods.  Inlay of block shapes (tumbling blocks) gives a 3-dimensional effect.  Sides inlaid with geometric pattern of pennants.  Boxwood stringing around all edges.  Ivory keyhole escutcheon.

Antique Tea Caddy, Victorian Parquetry at Adams Antiques, in Nantwich, England.

A rare octagonal pressed tortoiseshell tea caddy of small size, each side with an unusual pressed decoration, with silver stringing and escutcheon, and ivory banding, with single interior tortoiseshell lid.

A rare octagonal pressed tortoiseshell tea casket.(caddy is lidded inside) of small size, each side with an unusual pressed decoration, with silver stringing and escutcheon, and ivory banding, with single interior tortoiseshell lid.

Interior view~ Rare Design Large Tunbridge Ware Tea Caddy With Inlaid Interior | eBay

Rare Design Large Tunbridge Ware Tea Caddy With Inlaid Interior

Interior view~ Rare Design Large Tunbridge Ware Tea Caddy With Inlaid Interior

Inner compartment lid detail of George III mahogany octagonal tea caddy from Stair Auctioneers & Appraisers

Inner compartment lid detail of George III mahogany octagonal tea caddy (Stair Auctioneers & Appraisers).

A George III Satinwood and Marquetry Tea Caddy, late 18th Century. Of octagonal form, the hinged cover with monogram, the sides with oval reserves 5½ in. (14 cm.) high- Christies

Antique George III Satinwood and Marquetry Tea Caddy, late Century. Of octagonal form, the hinged cover with monogram, the sides with oval reserves in.

EARLY VICTORIAN OAK TEA-CHEST IN THE FORM OF A HOUSE  MID-19TH CENTURY  The rectangular hinged stepped lid enclosing a removable tray with two divisions above three lidded compartments, the central compartment enclosing a removable lidded caddy with a lock, the front and ends inlaid with windows and an arched door 8¼ in. (21 cm.) high; 11¾ in. (30 cm.) wide; 5¾ in. (15 cm.) deep

EARLY VICTORIAN OAK TEA-CHEST IN THE FORM OF A HOUSE MID-19TH CENTURY The rectangular hinged stepped lid enclosing a removable tray with two divisions above three lidded compartments, the central compartment enclosing a removable lidded caddy with a lock, the front and ends inlaid with windows and an arched door 8¼ in. (21 cm.) high; 11¾ in. (30 cm.) wide; 5¾ in. (15 cm.) deep

Inlaid Figured Walnut Veneer Tea Caddy, England, late 18th century, rectangular double tea caddy with canted corners with inlaid flutes, a large oval shell inlay on the hinged lid, oval fan inlay to the front, burl or bird's-eye maple oval inlay on the sides, rear, and interior lid, and crossbanded and chevron inlaid borders, with diamond-shaped bone escutcheon, the divided interior with conforming inlaid covers, (imperfections), ht. 4 3/4, wd. 7 1/2, dp. 4 1/2 in.

Inlaid Figured Walnut Veneer Tea Caddy, England, late 18th century, rectangular double tea caddy with canted corners with inlaid flutes, a large oval shell inlay on the hinged lid, oval fan inlay to the front, burl or bird's-eye maple oval inlay on the sides, rear, and interior lid, and crossbanded and chevron inlaid borders, with diamond-shaped bone escutcheon, the divided interior with conforming inlaid covers, (imperfections), ht. 4 3/4, wd. 7 1/2, dp. 4 1/2 in.

Antique English Tortoise Shell Tea Caddy, Exceptionally Beautiful old Tortoiseshell

kathryn crisp greeley north carolina interior designer and author of the collected tabletop presents tortoise shell antique boxes

Regency period antique Tea Caddy - a rare and unusual container for tea in the shape of an Egyptian pylon surmounted by a cornice and decorated with Egyptian symbols on a gold background. English, early 19th century courtesy Martyn Cook Antiques, Redfern at Sydney - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Regency period antique Tea Caddy - a rare and unusual container for tea in the shape of an Egyptian pylon surmounted by a cornice and decorated with Egyptian symbols on a gold background.

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Antique painted house tea caddy A single compartment Georgian tea caddy in the form of a country house.

Decor To Adore: Tortoise Shell

A Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy with pewter stringing - Tea Caddies, Boxes, Trays & Diminutive Furniture

Georgian painted tea caddy in the form of a country house with dormer windows. The lid opens to reveal two lidded compartments.

ANTIQUE PAINTED HOUSE TEA CADDY // A century painted tea caddy in the form of a country house with dormer windows. The lid opens to reveal two lidded compartments. -Height: 7 ins / cms Width: ins / cms Depth: ins / cms // Price:

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