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Silver Plate 4 Piece Tea and Coffee Service comprising of Tea Pot, Coffee Pot with wooden handle, sugar caddie and milk jug.

An unusual George IV ebony and marquetry inlaid tea caddy, 32cm

A George III engraved oval tea caddy, with ivory knop, no key, Henry Nutting, London, 1796, length 13.4cm, gross weight 12.5oz.

TRAY WITH DECORATIVE BOXES, ORIENTAL STYLE TEA CADDY, RAT DISPLAY, WHITE METAL ORNAMENTS, NOVELTY BRASS BANK DISPLAY ETC

A small collection of English silver and plate to include a footed bowl, mustard pot and salt, napkin ring, caddy spoon, pepper pot etc. 17 oz.

TRAY WITH LARGE SHOE PIN CUSHION, WHITE METAL JUNK BOAT DISPLAY, PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ LIDDED JARS, VICTORIAN LONDON SILVER CADDY SPOON, NOVELTY POLIC...

A 19th century mahogany veneered tea caddy, of rectangular form with shaped ends fitted with wooden carry handles, the hinged cover lifting to rev...

An antique tea caddy, probably 18th century, of octagonal form with a pull-off cover and removable domed cap, the base with mark RW struck four ti...

An early 20th century tea caddy. Designed with a hinged cover with a shaped brass handle. The exterior is decorated with applied pierced gilt meta...

A George III silver caddy spoon, in Old English Thread pattern with crested terminal. Hallmarked London 1800, with overstruck maker's mark, possib...

A George III silver caddy spoon in plain Old English pattern, hallmarked Solomon Hougham, assumed London 1803. Weight 11 grams. Condition Report:...

A rare Victorian novelty parcel gilt silver broomstick caddy spoon. Modelled with a gilt bowl and textured handle. Mark of George Fox, London 1866...

A silver caddy spoon, in the Iona style, the circular bowl leading to a handle embossed with Celtic knots and motifs. Hallmarked Shipton & Co Ltd,...

A George III silver tea caddy, the simple oval form decorated with a bird crest within bright cut engraved ribbon-tied oval border, and repeated t...

An assortment of items to include two continental silver caddy spoons , filigree sugar tongs, a five piece Kirk & Sons sterling silver knife, ...

Two silver tea caddies, the first of oblong form and hinged lid with finial opening to reveal a silver-gilt interior, hallmarked William Hutton & ...

GEORGIAN HALLMARKED SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON

HALLMARKED SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON IMPORTED FOREIGN SILVER

1789 HALLMARKED SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON

ANTIQUE SILVER GERMAN TEA CADDY SPOON

HALLMARKED SILVER SHEFFIELD 1907 TEA CADDY SPOON SILVERSMITH: W.S. SAVAGE & CO.

A George III silver oval tea caddy by John Younge & Co, with engraved crest, ring handle and beaded borders, Sheffield, 1785, height 89mm, 10oz, ...

the rectangular lift-up lid opening to a fitted interior. 15 cm. high; 30 cm. wide; 15 cm. deep

GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TEA CADDY, two others and a modern miniature oak dresser, the main tea caddy with twin interior lidded compartments and glass mi...

of circular serpentine shape with chinoiserie decoration 12 cm. high; 11 cm. diameter

of sarcophagus form, the coffered lid opening to a fitted interior. 20 cm. high; 34 cm. wide; 20 cm. deep

of sarcophagus form, opening to a fitted interior. 16 cm. high; 30 cm. wide; 16 cm. deep

Lot 22

PEWTER ETC.

PEWTER ETC. A Selandia, Norway, pewter caddy with a band of fishing boats & fish. Also, one other shaped tea caddy, a twin handled biscuit box, an...

Lot 172

TEA CHEST ETC.

TEA CHEST ETC. A 19th century mahogany tea chest with inlaid panel & bone escutcheon. The interior with twin caddies, 13.5x21.5x14.5cm (the moulde...

Lot 107

HERBERT DYER.

HERBERT DYER. A Herbert Dyer, Mousehole copper & brass tea caddy, with decorative seam, hammered decoration & repousse 'Tea'. Stamped H. DYER. Hei...

NAVAL SOUVENIRS. Two oak lined boxes made from copper from HMS Britannia. Also, two caddies made from copper from HMS Victory & a copper mug, a so...

Tea caddy with mixing bowl brass plate to top Mother's Tea Caddy and Sarah Oldham 1832 on front of lock - both tea chests and mixing bowl are pres...

Mother-of-pearl box / tea caddy. Cylindrical shape made of mother-of-pearl segments with metal mounts and slightly domed hood lid, worked from one...

COFFEE AND TEA SERVICE "Ostfriesische Rose" / "Frisian Rose" / "East Frisia", porcelain, manufactory August Warnecke, Hamburg (variously marked), ...

Georgian rosewood tea caddy with brass inlay of sarcophagus form { 18cm H X 36cm W X 6cm D }.

19th C. rosewood inlaid tea caddy with brass handles {79 cm H x 31 cm W x 18 cm D}.

A tea caddy and cover Black angelim wood Striated bands decoration and articulated iron handle India, Kerala (losses and faults) Height: 23cm

A group of eight pieces Enamel on copper Two tea caddies with covers, an octagonal box, two bowls, one with handle Polychrome decoration of dragon...

A Pair of late 19th Century French possible Samson porcelain armorial tea caddies decorated in polychrome enamels hi-lighted with gilt 12cm tall

Gilded brass Westphal scientific balance with weights and accessories in a fitted wooden box. Incomplete. Together with a mahogany banded two-sect...

A charming fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a segmented fruit, approx 16 cms h.

A folk art wooden tea caddy in the form of a cottage, approx 16 x 14 x 20 cms.

George IV mahogany and satinwood tea caddy, with decorative stringing and oval fan paterae inlay, approx 28 x 13 x 13.5 cms.

with brass handle central to the rectangular top with downswept edges, the bombe sides above plinth on brass ball and claw feet, 17.5 x 24.5cm

A George III mahogany, line inlaid, quilled paper and mirror inset tea caddy, late 18th c, with tightly coiled polychrome paper, the sides with pa...

Antique tea caddy and a cased thermometer.

A George III silver tea caddy and cover, of pear shape, crisply chased with an eagle, flowers and rocaille, the domed cover with flower knop, on g...

A George III mahogany tea chest, late 18th century, with herringbone stringing, the three caddies to the interior each with sliding cavetto lid, b...

A Chinese black and gold lacquer tea chest, mid 19th c, containing a pair of engraved pewter tea caddies and covers, on giltwood paw feet, 23.5cm ...

An hexagonal Chinese blue and white tea caddy and cover, painted with dogs of Fo and flowers, 19cm h, Guangxu mark Minor surface chips/fritt...

Miscellaneous plated ware, to include a pair of Old Sheffield Plate neo classical candlesticks, c1800, 29cm high, wine coasters, oval tea caddy an...

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