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A George III Tortoiseshell Octagonal Tea Caddy, late 18th/early 19th c., with silver handle, line inlay and escutcheon, two covered interior compartments with ivory banding, height 5 1/2 in., width 6 5/8 in., depth 4 1/4 in.

tortoiseshell tea caddy, late c., with silver handle, line inlay and escutcheon, two covered interior compartments with ivory banding

Tea chest circa 1790 — inlaid with swags and bell-husks, the cover with an oval patera, kingwood crossbanding and silver handle and escutcheon, the interior fitted with a pair of lift-out 'D' form caddies with locks, from teasquared

Antique Tea chest/caddy circa 1790 — inlaid with swags and bell-husks, the cover with an oval patera, kingwood crossbanding and silver handle and escutcheon, the interior fitted with a pair of lift-out 'D' form caddies with locks.

Rare Antique English Oval Tea Caddy - Harlequin Design c.1810 from puckerings on Ruby Lane

Rare Antique English Oval Tea Caddy - Harlequin Design from puckerings on Ruby Lane

18th century Eastern European brass cartridge box in the form of a shield. The front and sides are cast and chased, the front plate is decorated with a pair of standing lions surmounted by a figure of a woman amidst scrollwork and flanged by two eagles perched on branches. A hinged lid surmounted with elaborated figures of two winged dragons. The rear is fitted with a belt loop for suspension.

18th century Eastern European brass cartridge box in the form of a shield. The front and sides are cast and chased, the front plate is decorated with a pair of standing lions surmounted by a figure of a woman amidst scrollwork and flanged by two eagles perched on branches. A hinged lid surmounted with elaborated figures of two winged dragons. The rear is fitted with a belt loop for suspension.

PAINT-DECORATED SLIDE-LID BOX INSCRIBED TO W. FUNCK  ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN DRISSELL, LOWER MILFORD TOWNSHIP, BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DATED 1795

Paint-decorated slide-lid box inscribed to W. Funck Attributed to John Drissell, Lower Milford Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, dated 1795

The James Huberty Collection - Chinese Export Porcelain 'Tobacco Leaf' Tea Caddy & Cover, 1770-80. Height 5 1/4 inches.

Chinese Export Porcelain 'Tobacco Leaf' Tea Caddy and Cover, - Height 5 inches. Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc., New York, October 1983

William Morris Strawberry Thief Teacosy | House of Bath

Our pure cotton cosy is a functional and beautiful use of William Morris's famous 'Strawberry Thief' design It's a richly quilted classic to keep your pot hot all through breakfast.

Interior view, English Georgian Yew Tea Caddy with Fan Inlay - The Farm Antiques, Wells Maine

Interior view, English Georgian Yew Tea Caddy with Fan Inlay - The Farm Antiques, Wells Maine

Two-sided Polychrome Painted "STROCKSVILL INN" Sign - Price Estimate: $2000 - $3000

Two-sided Polychrome Painted STROCKSVILL INN Sign, northeastern Pennsylvania, early century, double-sided oval sign with applied molding a

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The Fred and Friends Unzipped Bag Shaped Hand Blown Glass Bowl is the temporary made contemporary. Fun and adorable bowl to keep candies, nuts, m&ms etc.

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