Explore Tea Caddy, Wooden Boxes, and more!

Explore related topics

Rosewood Tea Caddy c. 1845

Rosewood Tea Caddy c.

Locked mahogany tea caddy, English inlaid, 1790's.  Tea was a precious commodity and so the boxes were kept locked, with the mistress of the house holding the key.

Locked mahogany tea caddy, English inlaid, Tea was a precious commodity and so the boxes were kept locked, with the mistress of the house holding the key. * The servents were given the 'dregs' of the tea to drink which were tea leaves used times.

19th century Regency mahogany sarcophagus wine cooler, line inlaid with ebony. Brass lion masks and handles, raised on reeded stand and square section tapering legs on brass castors. England, Circa 1820. LENGTH: 	31 in. (79 cm)  DEPTH: 	21 in. (53 cm)  HEIGHT: 	22 in. (56 cm)      - O'Sullivan Antiques, New York

19th Century Regency Mahogany Wine Cooler

century Regency mahogany sarcophagus wine cooler, line inlaid with ebony. Brass lion masks and handles, raised on reeded stand and square section tapering legs on brass castors.

Pinterest
Search