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An unusual George IV antique sterling silver tea caddy, London 1828 by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard.

An unusual George IV antique sterling silver tea caddy, London 1828 by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard.

A Russian gilded silver and enamel tea caddy, Antip Kuzmichev, Moscow, 1892. Of octagonal section with lobed sides, enameled with colorful stylized foliage on a gilded stippled ground, with slip-on cover and with interior cork and gilded silver stopper, the base inscribed 'Made for Tiffany & Co.'

Russian silver gilt & cloisonne enamel tea caddy made for Tiffany & co circa 1892

Antique William Iv Sterling Silver Sauce Tureen - 1837 | 445694 | Sellingantiques.co.uk

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George II silver tea caddy   Alexander Johnston, London, 1755-56   Bombe form on scroll feet decorated with Chinoiserie motifs and figures throughout.

Fine George II silver tea caddy Alexander Johnston, London, Bombe form on scroll feet decorated with Chinoiserie motifs and figures throughout

A RARE AND UNUSUAL UNDERGLAZE-BLUE AND COPPER-RED 'SQUIRREL AND GRAPEVINE' VASE  QING DYNASTY, KANGXI PERIOD

A rare and unusual underglaze-blue and copper-red squirrel and grapevine vase, Qing dynasty, Kangxi period, China.

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory; Tea Caddy, c. 1745

Antique Meissen porcelain tea caddy hand painted and gilt (in the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh),

A George III inlaid fruitwood parcel-gilt rolled-paper hexagonal form tea caddy. #SothebysShowhouse #treylafave

A George III inlaid fruitwood parcel-gilt rolled-paper hexagonal form tea caddy circa 1775 mounted with an engraving of a girl with a squirrel. height 5 in. width 8 in. depth 4 in.

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