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English House Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy  England  19th Century  Rare tortoiseshell tea caddy in the shape of a house, inlaid with etched bone. The top is hollow, interlined with velvet. Double tea compartments are covered with tortoiseshell lids having bone knobs (one knob is chipped). Summer Loftin Antiques/1st Dibs

Rare English century Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy in the shape of a house, inlaid with etched bone. The top is hollow, interlined with velvet. Double tea compartments are covered with tortoiseshell lids having bone knobs.

Pagoda-top Tortoiseshell Double Tea Caddy, England, c. 1830, octagonal shape with silver piping and applied embossed mounts,

Pagoda-top Tortoiseshell Double Tea Caddy, England, c. octagonal shape with silver piping and applied embossed mounts,

A single compartment Georgian painted tea caddy in the form of a country house. Circa 1810

Richard Gardner Antiques A single compartment Georgian painted tea caddy in the form of a country house.

Early Georgian Tea Caddy | From a unique collection of antique and modern boxes at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/boxes/

Early Georgian Tea Caddy

View this item and discover similar tea caddies for sale at - Rare Mahogany Tea Caddy with inlaid Georgian house design to the front. The interior features two removable tin caddies, with replacement lids, a glass

18th Century Inlaid tea Caddie-A George III Period Hexagonal Satinwood and Marquetry Inlaid Tea Caddy having oval Prince of Wales feather decoration and multiple lines of string inlay and crossbanding.  1stdibs/Rumi

18th Century Inlaid tea Caddie

George III hexagonal satinwood and marquetry tea caddy, inlaid oval Prince of Wales feather decoration and multiple lines of string inlay and crossbanding, century, wood, UK

English Georgian tortoiseshell tea caddy.  C 1800.

A Handsome English Georgian Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

Tortoise Shell - English Georgian Tea Caddy, England with classical-inspired painted scene; the rectangular lid centering an inset painting of classical figures; resting on a conforming body enclosing twin tea compartments with tortoiseshell lids

tented tortoise tea caddy  ...http://www.pinterest.com/paeg/tea-crafts/

beautiful antique English Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy [there's a keyhole at the front. Tea was so expensive that the Lady of the House [or Housekeeper] kept the Tea under lock and Key.

A Rare Late 18th c. English Green Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

A Rare Late 18th c. English Exotic Green Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

View this item and discover similar tea caddies for sale at - A Rare Late c. English Green Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy with canted corners, its original lock and key, accented with bone stringing, a heart-shaped

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