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Neue Auctions

7 days Left
$7003 bids

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

$2753 bids

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

$752 bids

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

Tremont Auctions

16 hrs Left
$751 bid

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

$501 bid

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.

Neue Auctions

7 days Left
$201 bid

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.

Tremont Auctions

16 hrs Left
$1501 bid

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

Hindman

Sep 30
$200

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

$100

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.

Hindman

Oct 01
$200

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 Auction

5 days Left
$150

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

Hindman

Oct 01
$250

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

$1503 bids

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

CLEMENTS

7 days Left
$1752 bids

MAHOGANY SATINWOOD AND EBONY FRAMED ROLLED PAPER ENGLISH TEA CADDY WITH EMBROIDERED SILK CENTER VIGNETTE; 5"H X 7"W X 3.5"D

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