Tea Caddies/Canisters

Tea Caddies/Canisters

Tea caddies and tea canisters dating from the mid-eighteenth century into the nineteenth century. Included are wooden caddies, some finely inlaid caddies and porcelain tea canisters.


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George III Hexagonal Mahogany Tea Caddy, Inlaid With an Oval Floral Marquetry Panel on the Lid and Strung with Boxwood and Mahogany, c1790

George III Hexagonal Mahogany Tea Caddy, Inlaid With an Oval Floral Marquetry Panel on the Lid and Strung with Boxwood and Mahogany, c1790

A most handsome George III hexagonal shaped tea caddy made in England, c1790. This very attractive ..

£650.00

Staffordshire Pearlware Cylindrical Tea Canister, Printed with Blue 'Oriental scenes', c1795

Staffordshire Pearlware Cylindrical Tea Canister, Printed with Blue 'Oriental scenes', c1795

A charming 'Pearlware' tea canister, printed with blue oriental scenes including two men..

£275.00

Worcester 'Bat' pattern Tea Canister, ovoid shaped body,  disguised Chinese numeral mark of a '4', c1780

Worcester 'Bat' pattern Tea Canister, ovoid shaped body, disguised Chinese numeral mark of a '4', c1780

An attractive Worcester tea canister of ovoid vase shape on a circular raised spreading foot..

£345.00

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