Early 19th Century Tea Caddies

Late George III Period Burr Yew Inlaid Floral Marquetry Octagonal Tea Caddy
Late George III Period Burr Yew Inlaid Floral M...
Antique Early 1800s English Tea Caddies
The burr yew octagonal top is triple banded and crossbanded with tulipwood, sycamore, boxwood and ebony stringing. The top is embellished with an oval inlaid floral marquetry bouquet...
Late 18th Century George III Satinwood and Rosewood Inlaid Tea Caddy
Late 18th Century George III Satinwood and Rose...
Antique Early 1800s English Tea Caddies
The rosewood veneered rectangular top is crossbanded in satinwood and ebony stringing. The lid is inlaid with a floral marquetry pattern depicting a bouquet. The tea caddy opens to r...
Antique Tea Caddy with Brass Handles Conch Shell Glass Mixing Bow
Antique Tea Caddy with Brass Handles Conch Shel...
Antique Early 19th Century British George III Tea Caddies
Brass, Boxwood
Antique tea caddy with boxwood edging and inlaid conch shell to the front. With double eagle brass handles and brass ball feet. The interior contains two removable tea caddies and a...
Charming English Regency Japanned Square-Form Tea Caddy
Charming English Regency Japanned Square-Form T...
Antique 1810s English Regency Tea Caddies
The square tea caddy with foil-lined interior; the exterior decorated with delightful gilt-lacquer chinoiserie scenes.
Early 19th Century Urn-Shaped Blue and White Penwork Floral Tea Caddy
Early 19th Century Urn-Shaped Blue and White Pe...
Antique 1820s German Tea Caddies
The glass domed lid is sealed to protect the handmade silk cut flowers concealed in the top and a beetle can also be seen foraging amongst the bouquet. The beetle is faux but can be ...
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...
Antique Regency Amboyna Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Regency Amboyna Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Early 19th Century British Regency Tea Caddies
Bone, Amboyna
Amboyna sarcophagus tea caddy with bone escutcheon and brass lions head handles, standing on four turned wooden feet. The interior contains two lidded compartments with bone handles.
Regency Rosewood Tea Caddy Box
Regency Rosewood Tea Caddy Box
Antique Early 19th Century English Tea Caddies
Rosewood
A rosewood pedestal tea caddy, made in England during the Regency period. The caddy is veneered with rosewood and banded with satinwood. There are gilt-brass handles (lion masks) on...
Antique Tinware Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Tinware Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Early 19th Century British George III Tea Caddies
Tin
Antique Tinware tea caddy with realistic painted burr veneers, inlays with crossbanding and star motifs. The top has a brass axe handle to help when opening the tea caddy. This f...
Antique Continental Blushing Pear Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Continental Blushing Pear Tea Caddy 19t...
Antique Early 19th Century European George III Tea Caddies
Steel, Wood
Beautiful shaped pear tea caddy with wonderful vibrant red blushing to its body having a realistic wooden stalk, with steel hinge, lock and ornate escutcheon. The antique pear te...
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...
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...
Antique Melon Fruitwood Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century German Georgian Tea Caddies
Fruitwood melon tea caddy with a fantastic green and brown mottled decoration featuring a steel lock, hinge and escutcheon. The melon tea caddy has superb color and patination. Mel...
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.
Georgian Hand-Painted Tin Tea Caddy, English Ci...
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...
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.
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...
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...
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...
Antique Treen Pear Fruit Tea Caddy 19th Century
Antique Early 19th Century German George III Tea Caddies
Wood
Antique Treen Pear fruit tea caddy with wonderful patination, shaped stalk and oval cut steel escutcheon. The pear has had some worm over the years which has been treated, despite th...
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.
Rosewood and Karellian Birch Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century British William IV Tea Caddies
Birch, Rosewood
Rosewood and karellian birch tea caddy. A William IV rosewood and karellian birch veneered sarcophagus shaped tea caddy. The caddy is mostly rosewood with panels of karellian...
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...
Regency Mahogany and Inlaid Teapoy
Antique 1820s Regency Tea Caddies
Mahogany
Regency mahogany and inlaid teapoy, circa 1820. With hinged top opening to show four different canisters with wooden lids and bovine handles, and two central apertures for mixing bow...
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.
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, Velvet, Wood, Tortoise Shell
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...
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...
Rare Antique Treen Squash Pumpkin Fruit Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century German Georgian Tea Caddies
Fruitwood
Extremely rare squash tea caddy with a beautiful dark mottled color, lovely patination, and has a wonderful original squared stalk only seen on this type of fruit tea caddy. Often mi...
Chinoiserie Tea Caddy with Pewter Liner, circa ...
Antique 1820s Tea Caddies
Chinoiserie tea caddy with pewter liner, circa 1820.
19th Century Carved Mahogany Teapoy Stamped Gil...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Mahogany
19th century carved mahogany teapoy stamped Gillows Superb quality Gillows regency mahogany teapoy, circa 1820. The main body being of sarcophagus form, which opens to four mah...
Early 19th Century Regency Period Penwork Tea C...
Antique 1810s English Tea Caddies
The tea chest has floral designs and on the front it has naive Chinese style figures drinking and serving tea.
19th Century, Georgian Mahogany Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century European Georgian Tea Caddies
Mahogany
Good quality late Georgian tea caddy, circa 1810. Ebony stringing to the front, mahogany with good color and patina. Original padded lid interior. Lion brass handles and ball feet...
Very Fine Biedermeier Tea Caddy of Bombe Form i...
Antique Early 19th Century German Biedermeier Tea Caddies
Zebra Wood, Yew, Amboyna, Satinwood
A very complicated tea caddy both in terms of its form and materials, showing a hinged lid centred by a raised lozenge in burr yew inset with four quarter-round spandrels of figured ...
19th Century English Regency Tortoiseshell Tea ...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell
This is an English Regency tea caddy in excellent condition with good color and form. The contoured top contains a small central pewter plate, and lifts to reveal a double compartmen...
Continental Georgian Wooden Sycamore Hungarian ...
Antique Early 19th Century Hungarian George III Tea Caddies
Glass, Sycamore
Sycamore tea caddy, floral painted with gold highlights under a glass top. With a cut steel handle, surround, escutcheon and finger pull. This wonderful eye-catching sycamore tea...
Fine Georgian Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Bone, Tortoise Shell, Glass, Wood
An over scaled fine English caddy. Magnificent proportions.
Brass Inlaid Tea Caddy, England, circa 1830
Antique Early 19th Century English Tea Caddies
Brass
19th century English Regency Period rosewood tea caddy with brass inlay, circa 1830.   
Shell Inlaid Tea Caddy, England, circa 1830
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Shell, Rosewood
A nice English Regency period rosewood tea caddy with shell inlay, circa 1830.   
Antique Pear Fruit Tea Caddy
Antique Early 1800s English George III Tea Caddies
Fruitwood
A rare Georgian fruitwood treen tea caddy modelled in the form of a pear; the pear's carved stalk can be used to open the lid which opens to reveal some of the original foil lining; ...
Antique Regency Blonde Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Tortoise Shell
A rare late Regency period blonde tortoiseshell tea caddy having pagoda top and silver strung decoration enclosing tortoiseshell lidded interior with original paper foil lining.
Regency period parquetry inlaid and kingwood te...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Kingwood
An unusual early 19th century Regency period teapoy, parquetry inlaid throughout, having boxwood and ebony strung canted corner top, retaining original interior, supported on solid k...
Box
Antique 1820s English George III Tea Caddies
Mahogany
George III tea caddy box in mahogany.
Antique Regency Goncalo Alves Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Rosewood
A very attractive Regency period sarcophagus shaped Goncalo Alves wood tea caddy having inlaid decoration raised on  Turned feet.
Chinese Burl Walnut Tea Caddy with Decorative F...
Antique 1810s Chinese Chinese Export Tea Caddies
Brass, Pewter, Walnut, Burl
Chinese burl walnut hinged tea caddy with the original five decorative floral Pewter bins with lids. Tea Caddy retains the original lock and key. Bins are signed by maker, Early 19th...
Fine Early 19th Century Georgian Burr Yew Wood ...
Antique Early 19th Century English George III Tea Caddies
Yew
The case showing a richly figured exterior with satinwood stringing, the chamfered top opening to twin compartments retaining remnants of lead papered lined interiors, both fitted wi...
Regency Period Sarcophagus Shaped Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
A good Regency period sarcophagus shaped tea caddy. The interior with two fitted lidded compartments but with the central bolt missing. The lid with original pleated silk velvet. Sta...
Antique Georgian Solid Silver Chinoiserie Tea C...
Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II
Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Tea Caddies
Silver
Antique 19th century Georgian exceptional Rococo style solid silver pair of tea caddies, of rectangular form, profusely embossed in the chinoiserie style, the panels depicting c-scro...
Regency Period Leather Sewing Casket
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
Brass, Leather
A fine quality early 19th century Regency period leather sewing casket with gilt-brass mounts, paw feet and unusual balloon carrying handles retaining original interior.
Regency Sarcophagus Form Tea Caddy, England, ci...
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Tea Caddies
This neoclassic tea caddy's design was inspired by the sarcophaguses found in excavations in Greece, Minos and Egypt in the late 18th century. It is made of plum pudding mahogany wit...
Rare Mahogany Georgian Sterling Silver Gilt Mou...
Antique Early 19th Century Great Britain (UK) Tea Caddies
Mahogany
A extremely rare mahogany-cased sterling silver gilt mounted glass tea service by London silversmith William Rudkins. Each piece is of exceptional quality and includes a tea caddy, j...
Fine Georgian Tea Caddy
Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Tea Caddies
Bone, Tortoise Shell, Wood
Classic dome form with shell cartouche on its lid.
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