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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 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.

Tea canister      Date: 1717-1718 (made)     Place: London     Artist/maker: Farnell, John //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Tea canister Date: 1717-1718 (made) Place: London Artist/maker: Farnell, John // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

caddy in 1786

caddy in 1786

A Russian Silver Tea Caddy, Moscow, 1884 - Hexagonal form with domed screw-on cap fitting over a cork stopper with gilded silver mount, the body elaborately engraved with Chinoiserie scenes of tea drinking and warriors surrounded by extensive strapwork borders  with maker's mark AA, probably for Andrei Alexandrov; also with Soviet, French, and Dutch control marks  Height 6 in.

A Russian Silver Tea Caddy, Moscow, 1884 - Hexagonal form with domed screw-on cap fitting over a cork stopper with gilded silver mount, the body elaborately engraved with Chinoiserie scenes of tea drinking and warriors surrounded by extensive strapwork borders with maker's mark AA, probably for Andrei Alexandrov; also with Soviet, French, and Dutch control marks Height 6 in.

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.

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.

GEORGE II GEORGIAN SOLID SILVER TEA CADDY BOX LONDON 1756

GEORGE II GEORGIAN SOLID SILVER TEA CADDY BOX LONDON 1756

teacaddy by Edward Wakelin

teacaddy by Edward Wakelin

Tea Equipage by John Derussat, c.1750. A mid-eighteenth century pair of tea caddies, sugar box and set of twelve teaspoons, and pair of sugar nippers all fitting into a contemporary black lackuered box. The teaspoons are formed as Rococo Grand pattern, and a pair of sugar tongs is matched design. Maker's mark on teaspoons, a pair of sugar tongs script JD, acorn above.

Tea Equipage by John Derussat, c.1750. A mid-eighteenth century pair of tea caddies, sugar box and set of twelve teaspoons, and pair of sugar nippers all fitting into a contemporary black lackuered box. The teaspoons are formed as Rococo Grand pattern, and a pair of sugar tongs is matched design. Maker's mark on teaspoons, a pair of sugar tongs script JD, acorn above.

Antique Sterling Silver Tea Caddy

Antique Sterling Silver Tea Caddy

Ornate Dutch Tea Caddy Figural 800 Standard Silver

Ornate Dutch Tea Caddy Figural 800 Standard Silver

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