Small English Regency blonde tortoise shell tea caddy with pewter stringing; rectangular with stepped lid inlaid with a mother-of-pearl floral spray, opening to two lidded shell veneered compartments and the whole raised on brass ball feet. Circa 1800-1820.
Fine Filigree Work Tea Caddy, Hexagonal, with kingwood banding and with all panels and lid decorated with rolled paper floral designs with traces of color and gilding: the front panel incorporates a central print of a boy playing a flute. English, Circa 1790.
Also known as “quill work” or “rolled or scrolled paper” tea caddies, these undecorated boxes would have been purchased from a cabinetmaker and decorated at h ...click for details
George II Tea Caddy with Hidden Drawer; rectangular with stepped hinged top surmounted by a brass carrying handle, brass escutcheon and sliding side panel revealing a hidden drawer (slight warp to lid). Circa 1740.
One of the rarest of this form of tea caddy, the concealed drawer would have held your silver teaspoons.
Antique French Satinwood Casket with Cut Steel Pins on an undulating top. The steel was cut to imitate precious stones and was very labor intensive. It was popular from the late 18th to the early 19th century. The box has accents of ebony stringing with the grain of the satinwood emphasizing the wave form shape.
Fine Large Brass and Iron Fireplace Trivit, having a
pierced top, sides with pierced pinwheel pinwheel designs
and cabriole front legs.
English, late 18th/early
19th C. (Together with a small reproduction brass trivit)