Tea Canisters & Caddies
Hester Bateman Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, 1784, oval form with beaded rims and urn form finial, with engraved crest. Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 3.5 in. Total approximate weight 347 g. / 11.1563 oz. tr
September 19th Fine Art, Furniture, Asian ArtOakland, CA, US
Clars Auction Gallery18 hrs Left
A Mexican Taxco sterling covered tea caddy, fashioned in the Georg Jensen style, the hand hammered box with rounded sides, the dome form lid cast with a pomegranate finial, 4.5" h x 3.125"w x 2.25"d 1
Carlsen Gallery Inc. 30th Anniversary AuctionFreehold, NY, US
Carlsen Gallery, Inc.16 hrs Left
5 -18TH & 19TH C. CERAMICS, INC. WEILDEN TEAPOT, SUGAR CASTOR, CREAMWARE MAZARINE & TEA CADDY & DELFT PLATE
Fall In LoveSunrise, FL, US
Hill Auction GallerySep 29
Antique English walnut wooden hinged tea caddy box. Rectangular case with inlaid veneer featuring various woods and a diamond pattern. Opening to view two boxes, each with lid and remnants of original
Halcyon, A Single Owner Auction: Asian ArtsAtlanta, GA, US
Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery6 days Left
Chinese. Pair of famille verte lidded tea caddies. Marked "China" and with character marks. Approx. h. 5.5", w. 5.5" d. 4.25"
English Georgian sterling silver spoons. To include: 1) Peter and Ann Bateman. London. 1797. Bright cut with RAB monogram. Hallmarked. 8.5in length. 2) Stephen Adams. London. 1797. Monogrammed. 8.25in
American or English, early 19th century. Bombe form with worn image of man top hat with hunting dog. Splits, repaired bottom. 5"h. 4.5"w. 3.75"d.
Two Chinese Tea Caddies, Wang Yue Tai, Shanghai, China, squared forms decorated with tigers en grisaille reserved on a yellow ground, with pink an blue banded borders. Dimensions: 6 x 3.5 x 3.5 in.
13 piece lot of silver. 1) Georgian silver ladle. 6.75in. London 1805-6. IB maker. With armorial crest. 2) Georgian Scottish spoon. Edinburgh 1774-5. Patrick Robertson maker. 8.25in length. 3) 3 match
American Furn., Folk & Dec Arts Sess. I Day 1Chicago, IL, US
A Federal Stencil Decorated Mahogany Tea CaddyCirca 1807inscribed 1807 / Maria Giegrift, within flowers, vine and butterfly border.Height 7 3/4 x width 11 x depth 6 1/2 inchesProperty from the Collect
September 28: Quarterly & Decorative ArtsChadds Ford, PA, US
19th C sterling tea caddy, Deakin and Francis, Birmingham, 1897, raised on paw foot, leaf joined, gadrooned decoration and finial, finial bent, dents 7 TO
Second half 19th century. Both have engraved decoration. Oval with wafer finial. 6.75"h. And rectangular with sphinx finial and divided interior. 6.5"h. Minor wear.
A George III Mahogany Tea CaddyEarly 19th CenturyHeight 7 x width 10 3/4 x depth 6 1/4 inches.Property from the Estate of Paul Thomas Griffith, Dayton, Ohio
Abell September 23rd "Weekly" Online AuctionLos Angeles, CA, US
Abell Auction5 days Left
with two pewter inserts; Condition: with veneer separating to back & throughout; 11 1/4 inches wide; 8 1/4 inches deep; 4 1/2 inches high
A George III Barberpole Inlaid Walnut Tea Caddy 18th CenturyHeight 6 1/2 x width 10 x depth 5 3/4 inches.Property from the Estate of Paul Thomas Griffith, Dayton, Ohio
ESTATE AUCTIONBellport , NY, US
19TH CENTURY CHINOISERIE BLACK AND GOLD TEA CADDY 5" X 7" X 8.5"
New York City Estate Auction, September 26New York, NY, US
Auctions at ShowplaceSep 26
English late Georgian / Regency inlaid mahogany tea caddy, early 19th century, the case with cartouches and corners with fan inlays of satinwood, oak, and other woods, the interior lined with red dama
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