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Nils Erik Elvik Norway 830 Silver Tea Caddy Spoon with Monogram
Located in Washington Depot, CT
830 silver tea caddy spoons by Nils Erik Elvik of Oslo, Norway. Monogram on the back of the handle appears to be L A simple and timeless floral design with dotted edge. Measures 4...
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Early 20th Century Dinnerware and Flatware Sets

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Silver

Antique Georgian English Sheffield Silver Plate Tea Caddy
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine, period Sheffield Plate tea caddy. With simple streamlined lines of the early 19th century, a shield cartouche, and a ball finial. Simply a wonderful antique Georgian tea ca...
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Antique Early 19th Century George II Coffee and Tea Sets

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Silver Plate

Antique Black, Starr, & Frost Floral Repousse Sterling Silver Tea Caddy
By Black, Starr & Frost
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique sterling silver tea caddy. By Black, Starr, & Frost. Decorated throughout the body and lid with repousse flowers. The lid is monogrammed with an 'MC'. Simply a gr...
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Early 20th Century Victorian Coffee and Tea Sets

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Sterling Silver

Vintage Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Shell Shaped Tea Caddy Spoon
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very fine sterling silver tea caddy spoon. By Tiffany & Co. With a scallop shell shaped bowl and a short flared handle. The reverse has raised shell form decoration. Simply a w...
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20th Century Modern Coffee and Tea Sets

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Sterling Silver

George III Hester Bateman London Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, 1782
By Hester Bateman
Located in Washington Depot, CT
Antique George III era sterling silver tea caddy by renowned London silversmith, Hester Bateman, circa 1782. Simple but elegant tea caddy by Hester Bateman, known as the "Queen of S...
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Antique 18th Century Coffee and Tea Sets

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Sterling Silver

Old or Antique Arts & Crafts Hand Hammered Sterling Silver Tea Caddy Spoon
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique sterling silver tea caddy spoon. Textured throughout with hand hammering. Simply a great Arts & Crafts design Tea accessory! Date: 20th Century Overall Condition: ...
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20th Century Arts and Crafts Coffee and Tea Sets

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Sterling Silver

Antique Silver Tea Caddy
Located in London, GB
A good Georgian tea caddy of oval form the engraved lid surmounted by a loop handle. The body decorated with bead and leaf chased border and leaf and ribbon engraving around the vaca...
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Antique Early 19th Century Georgian More Silver, Flatware and Silverplate

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Sterling Silver

  • Antique Silver Tea Caddy
  • Antique Silver Tea Caddy
  • Antique Silver Tea Caddy
  • Antique Silver Tea Caddy
H 4.33 in. D 3.35 in. L 4.72 in.
Thomas Webb Tea Caddy - English Art Nouveau - Citrine Cameo Glass
Located in New York, NY
Citrine cameo glass tea caddy with sterling silver collar and cover, ca. 1900. The glass was made by Thomas Webb & Sons in England. The silver was made by Gorham in Providence, Rhode...
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Antique Late 19th Century Art Nouveau More Silver, Flatware and Silverplate

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Sterling Silver

Vintage Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Bonbon, Tea Caddy or Nut Spoon
By Tiffany & Co.
Located in Troy, MI
Awaiting your purchase is a rare and magnificent sterling silver Art Nouveau bonbon or tea caddy spoon with heart-shaped bowl made by the silversmiths Tiffany & Co. of New York, New ...
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20th Century Flatware and Serving Pieces

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Sterling Silver

Imperial Russian Silver & Cloisonne Enamel Tea Caddy Spoon by Gustav Klingert
By Gustav Klingert
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very fine Russian silver tea caddy spoon. By Gustav Klingert, who was a Faberge contemporary and rival. With polychrome cloisonné enamel decoration to both the front and back. S...
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Early 20th Century Russian Empire Flatware and Serving Pieces

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Silver, Enamel

1940s William Spratling Silver Tea Caddy
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Beautiful sterling silver tea caddy by William Spratling with ribbon style finial.
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Vintage 1940s Coffee and Tea Sets

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Sterling Silver

  • 1940s William Spratling Silver Tea Caddy
  • 1940s William Spratling Silver Tea Caddy
  • 1940s William Spratling Silver Tea Caddy
  • 1940s William Spratling Silver Tea Caddy
H 4.75 in. W 3 in. D 2.5 in.
Antique French Gilt Sterling Silver Tea Set Tortoise Shell Caddy
Located in San Marcos, CA
Elegant and precious, and status symbols in their time - the vault stocked with splendid sterling serving sets and each brought out for guest's service. Can you imagine a time and pl...
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Antique Late 19th Century Victorian Dinnerware and Flatware Sets

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18k Gold, Sterling Silver

Debain Top Quality French Sterling Silver and Cobalt Glass Open Salt Caddy
Located in Triaize, Pays de Loire
DEBAIN Top Quality French Sterling Silver & Cobalt Glass Open Salt Caddy Head of Minerve 1st titre on the caddy for 950/1000 French Sterling Silver guarantee. Exceptional Antiq...
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Antique 1880s Napoleon III Flatware and Serving Pieces

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Sterling Silver

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Flatware Caddy For Sale on 1stDibs

Surely you’ll find the exact flatware caddy you’re seeking on 1stDibs — we’ve got a vast assortment for sale. Frequently made of Silver, Sterling Silver and 18k Gold, this item was constructed with great care. If you’re looking for a flatware caddy from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 19th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 20th Century. Finding an appealing flatware caddy — no matter the origin — is easy, but Tiffany & Co. each produced a popular version that is worth a look. Finding a flatware caddy for sale for women should be easy, but there are 9 pieces available to browse for unisex as well as men, too.

How Much is a Flatware Caddy?

Prices for a flatware caddy can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, these accessories begin at $595 and can go as high as $4,867, while this accessory, on average, fetches $1,550.

Finding the Right Silver, Flatware and Silverplate for You

While early utensils were often shaped from clay, wood or bone, silversmiths later crafted flatware from precious metal. In the 19th century, mass production of electroplated flatware made silver utensils accessible to the middle class. Now, antique and vintage silver, flatware and silver-plate objects for dining and the home are heritage pieces reflecting this history of design.

Silver spoons were so prized in 15th-century England that people would travel with the valuable utensils. Forks in the 17th century were frequently made with steel and likewise only available to the upper class. Silver flatware continued to be produced in small workshops in the 18th century and was a luxury reserved for the elite. When George I came to the throne in 1714, the silver dining service — including plates, dishes, soup tureens, chargers and sauceboats — became all-important.

Innovative manufacturing techniques such as the electroplating process in the 19th century would transform silversmithing with industrialization. Sheffield plate was used from 1750 to 1880 and involved a fusion method to fabricate everything from knife handles to serveware. French industrial chemist Henri de Ruolz discovered a gilding and silver-plating process for metals in 1841, with the silver-like results so celebrated that Napoleon III ordered a 3,000-piece flatware set. The expansion of table service in the Victorian era also led to an increasing number of flatware and serving pieces in a canteen, or cutlery chest, all with specific uses, from toast forks to butter picks.

While affordable metal flatware is widely available today, historic brands including Gorham Manufacturing Company — whose legendary contribution to the history of silver making started in 1831 — and Christofle continue the tradition of silver and silver-plate flatware.

Browse 1stDibs for both antique and contemporary silver, flatware and silver-plate objects in a range of elegant designs to enhance your dining table.