Pair of tea caddies | The Royal Collection  The other tea caddie [not shown] says "BOHEA" where this one says "GREEN"

Pair of tea caddies | The Royal Collection The other tea caddie [not shown] says "BOHEA" where this one says "GREEN"

Antique Tea Caddies Collection. Wood, Carved Wood, Tortoise Shell, Shell, etc... England. Circa 1750-1850

Antique Tea Caddies Collection. Wood, Carved Wood, Tortoise Shell, Shell, etc... England. Circa 1750-1850

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❤ - George III Sterling Silver Tea Caddy,  England . Fine George III sterling silver tea caddy by William Vincent,  Engraved "Mary Hooker Dole". ca 1777

❤ - George III Sterling Silver Tea Caddy, England . Fine George III sterling silver tea caddy by William Vincent, Engraved "Mary Hooker Dole". ca 1777

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English George III inlaid mahagany triple tea caddy. - Gavin Douglas Antiques

English George III inlaid mahagany triple tea caddy. - Gavin Douglas Antiques

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Sterling TIFFANY & CO. Tea Caddy | made in Sheffield England by Wm. Hutton & Sons

Sterling TIFFANY & CO. Tea Caddy | made in Sheffield England by Wm. Hutton & Sons

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Rare 18th C English Apple Fruit Wood Tea Caddy Circa 1785-1795 For Sale | Antiques.com | Classifieds

Rare 18th C English Apple Fruit Wood Tea Caddy Circa 1785-1795 For Sale | Antiques.com | Classifieds

Tea Caddy by Paul de Lamerie, 1735

Tea Caddy by Paul de Lamerie, 1735

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Victorian era is one of the most tea-drinking time period, which bearded various designs of tea caddy(canister) spoons.

Victorian era is one of the most tea-drinking time period, which bearded various designs of tea caddy(canister) spoons.

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Tiffany tea caddy

Tiffany tea caddy

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1788 silver tea caddy, by Hester Bateman. Hester Bateman (1708–1794) was an English silversmith who successfully ran her family business for thirty years following the death of her husband. She was succeeded in turn by her sons, grandson and great-grandson and the Bateman family silversmithing company lasted until the middle of the nineteenth century.

1788 silver tea caddy, by Hester Bateman. Hester Bateman (1708–1794) was an English silversmith who successfully ran her family business for thirty years following the death of her husband. She was succeeded in turn by her sons, grandson and great-grandson and the Bateman family silversmithing company lasted until the middle of the nineteenth century.

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