Victorian Antique Silver tea caddy

Victorian Antique Silver tea caddy

George II period sterling silver muffineer or sugar castor, by John Swift, London c1750

George II period sterling silver muffineer or sugar castor, by John Swift, London c1750

xx..tracy porter..poetic wanderlust...- Hanau Silver Tea Caddy 18th century   Dutch style.

xx..tracy porter..poetic wanderlust...- Hanau Silver Tea Caddy 18th century Dutch style.

Antique Gorham Sterling Tea Caddy, circa 1893 - via Silver Perfect

Antique Gorham Sterling Tea Caddy, circa 1893 - via Silver Perfect

indigodreams:  herminehesse:  Sterling silver inkwell

indigodreams: herminehesse: Sterling silver inkwell

Made in London in 1748, this sterling tea caddy, with its beautiful chasing and delicate heraldic engraving, is one of a pair

Made in London in 1748, this sterling tea caddy, with its beautiful chasing and delicate heraldic engraving, is one of a pair

Regency silver-gilt tea caddy.

Regency silver-gilt tea caddy.

Antique Sterling  Silver tea caddy -George lll ,1765

Antique Sterling Silver Tea Caddy~George III~Rococo with Crest

Antique Sterling Silver tea caddy -George lll ,1765

1stdibs.com | Theodore Starr Sterling Silver Engraved Tea Caddy 1890

Theodore Starr Sterling Silver Engraved Tea Caddy 1890

1stdibs.com | Theodore Starr Sterling Silver Engraved Tea Caddy 1890

Large Blue and White Ginger Jar

Large Blue and White Ginger Jar - LOW STOCK , ORDER NOW

Large Blue and White Ginger Jar

George II Dutch Silver Tea Caddy c. 1754 - Rotterdam Zilver // A magnificent and rare Dutch silver tea caddy, octagonal with baluster shape, with pull off domed lid with 4 sided pointed terminal. The caddy is quite small, as is usual for these early tea caddies. Tea would have been poured from the caddy directly into the teapot, this style pre-dates caddy spoons // Sold //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

George II Dutch Silver Tea Caddy c. 1754 - Rotterdam Zilver // A magnificent and rare Dutch silver tea caddy, octagonal with baluster shape, with pull off domed lid with 4 sided pointed terminal. The caddy is quite small, as is usual for these early tea caddies. Tea would have been poured from the caddy directly into the teapot, this style pre-dates caddy spoons // Sold // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

german silver oval figural tea caddy

german silver oval figural tea caddy

A George III sterling silver Chinoiserie-decorated tea caddy -  by John Langford and John Sebille, London, 1762 Of shaped rectangular cartouche form, each side finely chased with various figures in Chinese costume, on a cast and chased rocaille ground, with conforming cover and feet, total weight approximately 9oz troy. total height 5 1/4in (13.4cm); length 3 5/8in (9.2cm); depth 3in (7.6cm).

A George III sterling silver Chinoiserie-decorated tea caddy - by John Langford and John Sebille, London, 1762 Of shaped rectangular cartouche form, each side finely chased with various figures in Chinese costume, on a cast and chased rocaille ground, with conforming cover and feet, total weight approximately 9oz troy. total height 5 1/4in (13.4cm); length 3 5/8in (9.2cm); depth 3in (7.6cm).

Antique Sugar Shaker French 800  Circa Mid 1800's

Antique Sugar Shaker French 800 Circa Mid 1800's

Dutch Silver Tea Pot with Dolphin Spout c1730

Dutch Silver Tea Pot with Dolphin Spout c1730

Tea Caddy  Chased Silver Maker: Emick Romer  ( exile Norwegian, 1724–1799) 1762–63 Made in London, England

Tea Caddy Chased Silver Maker: Emick Romer ( exile Norwegian, 1724–1799) 1762–63 Made in London, England

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