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A PAIR OF GEORGE II "DUTY DODGER" SILVER TEA CADDIES, MARK OF JOHN NEWTON, LONDON, CIRCA 1735 Upright oblong form with domed pull-off caps, with plain reserves framed by bands of diaperwork, rosettes and shells, sliding bases each engraved with scratch-weights 8=10, engraved to either side with rococo arms of Platt of Wiggin, Co. Lancaster impaling Piggott.

A NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III IVORY AND TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDIES CIRCA: 1780

A George III silver tea-caddy – Mark of John Edward Terrey, London, 1817 - Engraved on one side with a coat-of-arms below a viscount's coronet & with an inscription, the other side engraved with a list of the ships involved in the capture of Algier, the short sides engraved on one side with a depiction of the capture & further ships involved in the capture, marked near rim, inside cover & underneath, 4¾ in. W. The arms are those of Pellow for Edward Pellow, 1st Viscount Exmouth (1757-1833)

Tea Equipage in Tortoiseshell Case by Burrange Davenport, 1771 Tortoiseshell Case by Burrange Davenport, 1771, clearly shows the Neo-classic style. The design of tea caddy is derived from Greek vase or Roman urn and the design of the spoons is called the Bright-cut Old English pattern.

A NEAR PAIR OF EARLY GEORGE III TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDIES CIRCA: 1760

teacaddy by Edward Wakelin

A GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDY, MARK OF LEWIS PANTIN (II), LONDON, 1773 Oval with bright-engraved bands of rosettes and laurel swags or foliate scrolls, all on linear grounds, finial modelled as a fly atop a flower, engraved coat of arms to front in oval ribbon-tied reserve with foliate spray beneath, reverse with crest within buckle and strap cartouche

A SET OF THREE GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDIES MARK OF JOHN LANGFORD (II) & JOHN SEBILLE, LONDON, 1766 Plain rectangular with gadroon rims , two with pull-off tops, and sliding bases, one with hinged cover, all engraved to covers with crest of a leopard's head affronté.

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER TEA CADDIES LONDON, 1795, MARK OF WILLIAM FOUNTAIN OR WILLIAM FRISBEE Each oblong, with bright-cut decoration, the hinged cover with engraved crest and coronet