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Turn an old jewelry box into this great DIY Tea Caddy. Fill it up with an assortment of great teas and enjoy connecting with family and friends.

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19th century Tunbridge wear tea caddy, the main body of exotic timbers. The interior with two lidded tea compartments and a fitted cut-glass mixing bowl. The term Tunbridge Ware originally described wooden objects made as a sideline by woodworkers in the Tonbridge area for sale to the many visitors thronging to the nearby Wells. An early form often consisted of white wood items carrying printed labels depicting local scenes. The distinctive mosaic style, made by glueing sticks of different…

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Victorian gilt and painted paper mâché with mother of pearl tea caddy. Large very stylish body shape with lots of gold leaf and mother of pearl. Beautiful hand painted flowers on top. Very unusual turtle foot shaped feet. Measures: 15" foot to foot by 9 1/4" by 7" tall. Three nice size sections, all lined. Very minor age appropriate ware.

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Antique French silver 19th century tea caddy. Made in France late 19th century Maker : Unidentified 950 silver Dimensions - Diameter x Height : 11.2 x 6.2 cm Approx Weight : 236 grams Condition: Tea caddy has surface wear from general usage, age wear, otherwise good overall condition, please see pictures.

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A BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE STAMPED JENNENS & BETTRIDGE TEA CADDY BOX, PAPIER MACHE & MOTHER OF PEARL c1850s. JENNENS & BETTRIDGE WERE KNOWN FOR THEIR QUALITY AND RECOGNISED WITH WELL-KNOWN COMMISSIONS FOR JAPAN's Royalty, and ENGLAND's KING GEORGE IV AND QUEEN VICTORIA! HISTORY: Jennens & Bettridge; later John Bettridge & Co. Birmingham and London; papier-mâché ware manufacturers (1816–70) In 1816 this partnership took over the Birmingham works of Henry Clay at 19, 20 & 21 Barr…

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Declaration: Unusual Tea Caddy, C.1820 has been declared an antique and was approved for sale on sellingantiques.co.uk.

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A miniature Georgian mahogany chest of drawers tea caddy with two short over three graduated long drawers, with shaped apron and on bracket feet. The top two drawers are hinged and open to reveal two wooden lidded tea containers, whilst the bottom drawers open to allow storage of the key and caddy spoon.

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Description: A very simple but very practical copper tea caddy. Placing it on the table can add beauty to the table. The material of all copper makes it withstand high temperature and more durable.

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