English Tea Caddies

Antique Georgian Mahogany Tea Caddy
Antique Georgian Mahogany Tea Caddy
Antique Late 18th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Mahogany
An attractive George III period mahogany oblong. Tea caddy having inlaid decoration.
Fine Georgian Style Sterling Silver Tea Caddy by Asprey of London
Fine Georgian Style Sterling Silver Tea Caddy b...
Charles & George Asprey
Early 20th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Sterling Silver
The oval shaped canister decorated with reeded detail and fitted with a removable cap, both bearing hallmarks for London 1908 and maker’s marks for George & Charles Asprey. Weigh...
Mid-19th Century Yew Wood Tea Caddy Box from England
Mid-19th Century Yew Wood Tea Caddy Box from En...
Antique 19th Century English Tea Caddies
Yew
Late 19th century yew wood tea caddy box from England on round feet. Box has three compartments: two rectangular storage spaces with flip open tops and one circular opening with red ...
19th Century English Rosewood Tea Caddy with Mother of Pearl Inlay
19th Century English Rosewood Tea Caddy with Mo...
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Antique 1810s English Regency Tea Caddies
Mother-of-Pearl, Rosewood
Tea Caddy made of rosewood with extensive mother-of-pearl decoration to the top and front. Special features include bun feet and unusual handles on either side with mother-of-pearl b...
Pair of English Tole Tea Tins, Old Chipped Paint, circa 1830s
Pair of English Tole Tea Tins, Old Chipped Pain...
Antique 1830s English Tea Caddies
Pair of English Tole Tea tins, old chipped paint, circa 1830s.
18th Century English Sheraton Walnut and Mahogany Inlaid Tea Caddy
18th Century English Sheraton Walnut and Mahoga...
Antique 1780s English Sheraton Tea Caddies
Mahogany, Walnut
18th Century English Sheraton Walnut and Mahogany Inlaid Tea Caddy.
19th Century British William IV Rosewood Teapoy
19th Century British William IV Rosewood Teapoy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Rosewood
Made, circa 1820-1830 in Britain, during the reign of George II or William IV, Regency period!! In the late 18th-early 19th Century, tea was expensive as gold ! It was not only i...
George III Period 18th Century Sheraton Satinwood Inlaid Oval Tea Caddy
George III Period 18th Century Sheraton Satinwo...
Antique 1780s English Tea Caddies
The tea caddy has kingwood crossbanding and boxwood edging and is inlaid with Adam style urn and husk swags. The top has symmetrical entwined leaves surrounding an inlaid oval paterae.
George III 18th Century Period Harewood Inlaid 'Navette' Shaped Tea Caddy
George III 18th Century Period Harewood Inlaid ...
Antique 1780s English Tea Caddies
The top the lid is delicately inlaid with flower bells and opens to reveal the original zinc lining and the original lid. The front the tea caddy is exquisitely inlaid with flowers a...
George III 18th Century Period Miniature Harewood Oval-Shaped Tea Caddy
George III 18th Century Period Miniature Harewo...
Antique 1780s English George III Tea Caddies
Harewood
The tea caddy is inlaid with a basket of flowers with an original label to the interior and contains a floating lid.
Superb Regency Painted Penwork and Chinoiserie Sarcophagus Shaped Tea Caddy
Superb Regency Painted Penwork and Chinoiserie ...
Antique 1810s English Tea Caddies
The tea caddy is painted and decorated on the top, front, back and sides with figures working amongst trees, birds and flowers. The lid opens to reveal two penwork painted lids above...
George III 18th Century Satinwood Inlaid Tea Chest
George III 18th Century Satinwood Inlaid Tea Chest
Antique 1790s English Tea Caddies
The rectangular top is cross-banded in tulipwood and boxwood stringing and decorated in the centre with flowers and a flamed mahogany oval panel. The original silvered axe head handl...
18th Century George III Period Satinwood Marque...
Antique 1780s English Tea Caddies
The tea caddy has kingwood cross-banding and boxwood edging and is inlaid with west Indian Satinwood veneers with a centre inlaid oval patera. The frieze to the lid is finely inlaid ...
18th Century English Tea Caddy
Antique 18th Century English Hepplewhite Tea Caddies
Kingwood, Mahogany, Satinwood
18th century tea caddy mahogany with satinwood and kingwood inlay.
English Burl Yew Wood Tea Caddy with Dome Top
Antique Early 19th Century English Tea Caddies
Yew, Burl
Early 19th century English burl yew wood tea caddy with dome top.
Octagon Shaped 19th Century Rea Caddy
Antique 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Wood
Early 19th century English tea caddy.
Sheraton Mahogany Inlaid Tea Caddy with Canted ...
Antique 1780s English Sheraton Tea Caddies
Mahogany
Sheraton Mahogany Inlaid Tea Caddy with Canted Corners.
William VI Burr Walnut Tea Caddy
Antique 19th Century English Tea Caddies
William VI burr walnut tea caddy, the covered lid with brass handle, opening to reveal three compartments, two with lead lining and walnut lids.
Georgian Hand-Painted Tin Tea Caddy, English, c...
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Tin
A very charming and of relatively rare 'swell-form' tin tea caddy, the exterior exhibiting remnants of original yellow and red paint, the hinged triple-domed top retaining its origin...
Rare Silver Plated Mounted Bird's-Eye Maple and...
Antique 1890s English Late Victorian Tea Caddies
A rare find, I have never come across this tea caddy before. This style of caddy from this late Victorian period is usually made from oak with the silver plated fittings. This one...
Superb Blonde Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Brass, Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Wood
The epitome of Georgian elegance. Fine bow Front Design with a "dome" top. Original interior lids. Brass ball feet.
Fine Georgian Mother-of-Pearl Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Mother-of-Pearl, Wood, Abalone
Superbly accented with abalone. Outstanding "diamond" pattern. The caddy contains its original decorated interior lids. It is fashioned with a bow front.
1800s English Tea Caddy Box in Mahogany
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Mahogany
1800s English tea caddy box in mahogany with cross banding and raised ball feet.
18th Century British Regency Sarcophagus Shaped...
Antique Late 18th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Birdseye Maple
Gorgeous Regency double tea caddy from, circa 1790 in sarcophagus form. Made from burr yew wood which makes it very rare, with satinwood stringing. Central section for single mixin...
A Very Fine George III Inlaid Satinwood Tea Cad...
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Satinwood
The finely grained & figured satinwood case edged with kingwood banding & ebony stringing, the lid opening to reveal a Honduran mahogany panel centred by a conch-shaped marquetry pat...
Antique Early Victorian Sterling Silver Locking...
Charles Reily & George Storer
Antique 1840s English Early Victorian Tea Caddies
Silver, Sterling Silver
A fine and impressive antique early Victorian English sterling silver locking tea caddy; an addition to our Victorian silver teaware collection. This fine antique early Victorian ...
Georgian Mahogany Tea Caddy Converted to a Docu...
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Decorative Boxes
Mahogany
The finely grained mahogany case decorated with kingwood banding and ebony stringing overall, the front showing twin conch shaped paterae flanking a later shield shaped wooden escutc...
English Hexagonal Tea Caddy of Satinwood, circa...
Antique Late 18th Century English Tea Caddies
Brass, Zinc
A handsome hexagonal English tea caddy of inlaid satinwood from the Georgian-era featuring a top with perimeter inlay surrounding a metal pull ring, the front with a similar inlay su...
English Cherry Pear Shaped Hinged Tea Caddy wit...
20th Century English Victorian Tea Caddies
Foil, Cherry
English cherry pear shaped hinged tea caddy with exterior upper stem, inlaid shield escutcheon and fitted with the original lined foil interior, 20th Century.
Fine Georgian Oval Inlaid Tea Caddy, circa 1800
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Ebony, Mahogany, Rosewood, Satinwood
George III oval tea caddy inlaid with specimen woods, the hinged top is mahogany crossbanded with rosewood, the body is decorated with vertical panels of satinwood, rosewood, pear wo...
Rare Georgian Piqué Inlay Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Wood, Abalone, Mother-of-Pearl
Magnificently inlaid petite florals adorn this exquisitely fashioned 200 years old caddy. This is an unusual form with scalloped front. Original interior lids.
Magnificent Grand Scale Regency Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Glass, Wood
Finely figured and dramatic in scale. It is designed with a pagoda -like top and is raised upon ball feet. The interior hinged lids to the removable caddies are original. It also ...
Inlaid Regency Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Wood, Mother-of-Pearl
Finely inlaid with mother-of-pearl and fashioned with a pagoda form top and bow front. The inlay features figures of birds, butterflies, and florals. The interior lids are original...
Superb Georgian Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Wood
Lovely Regency form fashioned with a pagoda top and inverted lids. Beautiful contrast to veneers.
English Burl Walnut Ebony and Tulip Wood Inlaid...
Antique 1810s English George III Tea Caddies
Foil, Ebony, Tulipwood, Walnut, Burl
English burl walnut hinged kidney shaped tea caddy with ebony string inlay, tulip wood cross banding, diamond inlaid escutcheon with key, and fitted with original foil lined interior...
English Victorian Silver Plate Tea Caddy, circa...
Antique 1860s English Decorative Boxes
Silver Plate
English Victorian silver plate tea caddy, circa 1860 In shape of a beehive. Also can be used as a box.
18th Century Mahogany Bombée Form Tea Caddy
Antique Mid-18th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Brass, Mahogany
A mid-18th century well figured mahogany tea caddy of bombée form, the lid retaining original gilt brass swan-neck handle, supported on small ogee bracket feet.
Top Notch Silver Plated Tea Caddy by Elkington ...
Elkington & Company
Antique 1880s English Late Victorian Tea Caddies
A fabulous English Victorian tea caddy by the most famous of silversmith's, Elkington and Co. Of ovoid form, the caddy is beautifully engraved with a flush-hinged lid. The undersi...
19th Century Dome Topped Tea Caddy in Burl Waln...
Antique Mid-19th Century English High Victorian Tea Caddies
Walnut, Burl
The highly figured domed case opening to a fitted interior housing twin removable canisters with confirming hinged lids and remnants of original lead paper lining to their interiors,...
18th Century Antique English Regency Mahogany C...
Antique 18th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Bronze, Mahogany
Antique English Regency mahogany tea caddy seated on cast bronze claw and ball feet opens to reveal three interior lidded compartments, 18th century Measures - 8.25"h x 12"w x 6"d
Regency Rosewood Tea Caddy, England, circa 1830
Antique Mid-19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Rosewood
A rosewood tea caddy with Bombay shape and canted top. Having a pair of lion mask brass handles on each end and sitting on claw and ball feet. The interior fitted with two lidded tea...
Georgian Mahogany Domed Box
Antique 1780s English George III Decorative Boxes
A superb Georgian mahogany domed box; the domed lid veneered in well figured mahogany and inlaid with feather banding and barber's pole stringing and retaining its original fire gild...
Superbly figured Regency Amboyna Teapoy
Antique 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Amboyna
This exoticly veneered teapoy has the original four cannisters , also amboyna ,each with foil-lined interior , the teapoy itself is modelled as a casket with shaped rising top on a c...
Octagonal Burl Oak Tea Caddy
Antique Late 18th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Oak, Burl
Fine country made English burr oak octagonal tea caddy in richly figured timber, the facetted lid with solid cap, the interior with two lids retaining original turned bone knobs, sta...
Profusely Inlaid Tunbridge Regency Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Decorative Boxes
Ebony, Olive, Walnut, Holly, Yew
Fine early 19th century Tunbridge ware tea caddy, the top inlaid with geometric patterns, the canted sides with wood mosaic ivy banding over further geometric inlay, standing on gilt...
Fine Georgian Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Brass, Tortoise Shell
A superbly fashioned caddy with a pagoda-like crown. The interior lids are original.
Two Tortoise Shell Veneer Boxes
Antique 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell
Two tortoise shell veneer boxes Comprising a rectangular box with square lift top cover, and a sewing box raised on bun feet Priced per box. (measure: 1.5" x 6" x 3") Taller box: 5...
Superb Tunbridge Tea Caddy
Antique Late 19th Century English Tea Caddies
Wood
Generously scaled with fine inlay and dome top. Original lids inside.
19th Century Regency Tea Caddy from Westminster...
Antique 1820s English Regency Tea Caddies
Brass, Oak
A relic from one of the most historic and venerated structures in English history, this tea caddy is a rare survivor from the renovations to Westminster Hall in preparations for the ...
Regency Period Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy
Antique 1820s English Regency Tea Caddies
Ivory, Tortoise Shell, Velvet, Wood
Tortoiseshell tea caddy from the Regency period in England. Silver monogram plate on top and silver escutcheon on the front. The interior lid edge, box edge and knobs are ivory. Ther...
Antique English Edwardian Rococo Sterling Silve...
George Fox
Antique Early 1900s English Rococo Revival Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver
Edwardian sterling silver tea caddy. Made by George Fox in London in 1909. Shaped and rectilinear with corner scrolled bracket feet and hinged cover with finial. Chased and repousse ...
19th Century British Tea Caddy with Inlay
Antique Mid-19th Century English Tea Caddies
Walnut
This beautiful tea caddy has extensive inlay depicting ribbon, floral, and birds. The canted corners on this box give it a different dimension. Lidded interior with zinc lining are s...
Copper Repousse Tea Caddy by Herbert Dyer of Mo...
Herbert Dyer
Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts Tea Caddies
Copper
An Arts & Crafts movement tea caddy handmade by Herbert Dyer (1898-1974), a coppersmith of Mousehole, near Penzance, Cornwall. Dyer was influenced by the famous Newlyn School of craf...
Regency Burr Yew Wood Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Ebony, Mahogany, Yew
Fine English Regency period burr yew wood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the angled top over flat sides having ring turned handles, and standing on original turned flattened ball fee...
Very Fine Signed Early 19th Century Inlaid Maho...
William Bloomfield
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Mahogany
The richly figured mahogany case edged with chevron inlays of exotic woods interspersed by ebony stringing and fronted by an urn-shaped mother of pearl escutcheon. The hinged lid hav...
Chippendale Tea Caddy, circa 1770
Antique Late 18th Century English Chippendale Tea Caddies
Brass, Mahogany
Chippendale tea caddy, circa 1770, burl veneered mahogany paneled front and sides with cross banded border raised on original ball and claw cast brass feet. The two interior compartm...
19th Century Oval Tea Caddy
Antique 1790s English Tea Caddies
Boxwood, Mahogany
A small late 18th century oval shaped flame figured mahogany and boxwood strung tea caddy, retaining original brass axe-head handle.
Antique English Edwardian Mahogany and Satinwoo...
Antique 19th Century English Edwardian Tea Caddies
Bronze, Glass, Mahogany, Satinwood
Antique English Edwardian tea caddy features satinwood banded mahogany case, two lidded tea compartments with central cobalt blue glass mixing bowl, seated on gilt bronze ball feet, ...
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