Discover our Collection of Fine Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Tea Caddies and Cannisters
A very decorative late Victorian Chester silver tea caddy with a bombe shaped body, hinged floral embossed lid and flame finial. The body is embossed with flowers and foliage, gilt interior standing on 4 paw feet. In very good original condition. (1898).
A superb late Victorian rectangular oak and silver plated double tea caddy with a hinged rustic acorn and butterfly engraved lid when open reveals to lidded tea compartments loop swing handles at the sides and stands on four bun feet complete with a working key. In very good replated condition. (c.1890).
Georgian style tea caddy with a hinged fluted lid and a detailed floral mount. The body has a fluted design with two empty cartouche and stands on four scroll and paw feet. In very good original condition. (1902).
Georgian style sarcophagus shaped silver tea caddy with a rectangular paneled hinged lid, empty cartouche, plain body, standing on four bun feet. In very good original condition. (1913).
A Georgian style late Victorian silver tea caddy in an oval cut corner form with a hinged lid and gadroon border. The body is reeded and plain and stands on four ball feet. (1894).
A novelty antique silver tea caddy in the form of a Georgian knife box with a hinged shaped lid and a hinged scroll finial. The plain sloping lid matches the serpentine shaped body. (1918).
A simple plain antique Edwardian Chester silver tea caddy with a completely plain bulbous body in an oval form with a hinged lid and an ebony finial. (1911).