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A Fine English Creamware Pottery Covered Tea Caddy With Macaroni Figures | From a unique collection of antique and modern pottery at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/pottery/

For Sale on - A fine English creamware pottery covered tea caddy molded in relief with Macaroni figures, decorated in underglaze blue and green colors

Antique English creamware pottery tea caddy with green glaze.  This exceptionally large caddy is relief moulded in depth with an image of a lady( this image is featured on both sides).  This tea caddy is a very early example with interesting decoration which is often found on Thomas Whieldon's wares. Most caddies produced in this period were significantly smaller. England, circa 1765-1770 - John Howard, Woodstock, UK

Early Staffordshire Pottery Green Glaze Tea Caddy 18thc

View this item and discover similar pottery for sale at - Antique English creamware pottery tea caddy with green glaze. This exceptionally large caddy is relief moulded in depth with an image of a lady( this

Antique English 18th Century Redware Pottery Tea Caddy Staffordshire | From a unique collection of antique and modern pottery at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/pottery/

Antique English 18th Century Redware Pottery Tea Caddy Staffordshire

View this item and discover similar pottery for sale at - A fine redware tea caddy with chinoserie sprigs. The applied sprigs are extremely fine and the caddy is a good example of redware Staffordshire pottery

English redware pottery tea caddy with cover Staffordshire England c1760. A fine redware pottery tea caddy and cover fromn the mid 18th century,Staffordshire pottery, England. The caddy is in very good order and retains it original cover.  Caddies with covers from the mid 18th century are increasingly rare. HEIGHT: 	4.75 in. (12 cm)  - John Howard, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, UK

English redware pottery tea caddy with cover Staffordshire England c1760

View this item and discover similar pottery for sale at - A fine redware pottery tea caddy and cover fromn the mid century,Staffordshire pottery, England. The caddy is in very good order and retains it original

A Rare English Redware Tea Caddy $2,500 Purchase PLACE OF ORIGIN: England DATE OF MANUFACTURE: Circa 1760 PERIOD: 18th Century and Earlier MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Pottery MATERIALS NOTES: Pottery CONDITION: Excellent. Chip to neck, cover lacking. HEIGHT: 4.5 in. (11 cm) WIDTH: 3.25 in. (8 cm) DEPTH: 3.25 in. (8 cm) DEALER LOCATION: New York, NY NUMBER OF ITEMS: 1 REFERENCE NUMBER: 1309178554581

For Sale on - A rare English redware pottery rectangular tea caddy, each panel with a scrolled background and Oriental flowers

A Rare Whieldon School Pottery Pineapple Tea Caddy | From a unique collection of antique and modern pottery at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/pottery/

View this item and discover similar pottery for sale at - A rare English creamware (Whieldon school) pottery rectangular shape tea caddy molded with a pineapple design

c.1700's  Rare Whieldon School Pottery Pineapple Tea Caddy... English

A Rare Whieldon School Pottery Pineapple Tea Caddy

A rare English creamware (Whieldon school) pottery rectangular shape tea caddy molded with a pineapple design, ca.

A Rare Whieldon School Tea Caddy With Flora And Fuana // A rare English creamware (Whieldon school) tea caddy, press molded with flora and fauna and decorated in underglaze oxide colors / PRICE: 	 $3,500 - 2015 -- ⎬ ❖ Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

A Rare Whieldon School Tea Caddy With Flora And Fuana

For Sale on - A rare English creamware (Whieldon school) tea caddy, press molded with flora and fauna and decorated in underglaze oxide colors

An Early Staffordshire  Green Glazed Tea Caddy | From a unique collection of antique and modern tea canisters at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/tea-canisters/

18th Century English Green Glazed Staffordshire Pottery Tea Caddy

An Early Staffordshire Green Glazed Tea Caddy An Century English Staffordshire green glazed earthenware tea canister, or caddy, circa of octagonal form with applied press-molded prunus blossom decoration to both sides, with cover (possibly a replacement)

1stdibs.com | Antique Staffordshire eathenware pottery redware tea caddy

Antique Staffordshire eathenware pottery redware tea caddy

For Sale on - Antique Staffordshire eathenware pottery redware tea caddy century. The caddy is the work of the Thomas Barker pottery which was located at The Foley,

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