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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.

A NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III IVORY AND TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDIES   CIRCA 1780   Each of decagonal form, with tortoiseshell stringing and both inset with blue jasperware medallions to the front, surrounded by cut-steel and mother-of-pearl bead decoration

A NEAR PAIR OF GEORGE III IVORY AND TORTOISESHELL TEA CADDIES CIRCA 1780 Each of decagonal form, with tortoiseshell stringing and both inset with blue jasperware medallions to the front, surrounded by cut-steel and mother-of-pearl bead decoration

caddy in 1786

caddy in 1786

A pair of George II silver tea caddies and a matching sugar box and cover, mark of John Newton, London, 1740 oval, the caddies with detachable domed covers, sliding bases, lead liners, armorial engraved, marked on the necks only with cancelled London Assay Office marks, the sugar box armorial engraved, fully hallmarked on underside

A pair of George II silver tea caddies and a matching sugar box and cover, mark of John Newton, London, 1740 oval, the caddies with detachable domed covers, sliding bases, lead liners, armorial engraved, marked on the necks only with cancelled London Assay Office marks, the sugar box armorial engraved, fully hallmarked on underside

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.

Silverplated Repousse Douwe Egberts Dutch Tea Caddy Herbert Hooijkaas Mark HH90 | eBay

Silverplated Repousse Douwe Egberts Dutch Tea Caddy Herbert Hooijkaas Mark HH90 | eBay

teacaddy by Edward Wakelin

teacaddy by Edward Wakelin

A Superb George III Antique English Silver Epergne

A Superb George III Antique English Silver Epergne

Buy Silver on Ruby Lane

Buy Silver on Ruby Lane

Tea:  Silver #tea caddy.

Tea: Silver #tea caddy.

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