Fine 18th and 19th Century Furniture,
Paintings and Accessories
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Antique Rosewood Tea Caddy inlaid with brass stars and opening to two lidded compartments.
Circa1850, probably French.
7.5" x 4.25" x 4.5" tall
Large Antique Anglo-Indian Brass Document Box having a stepped lid surmounted by a carrying handle and heavily incised with scrolling vine and floral decoration. Late 19th/early 20th Century
16" x 11" x 4" tall
English Polychrome Painted Navette Form Tea Caddy, foil decorated and and having a hinged lid opening to a well with a 'floating lid'. Late 18th Century.
6.5" x 3.5" x 4.75"tall
Provenance: From the Estate of Mario Buatta
Tea Chest in the Form of a Sideboard, in mahogany and deal, having a rectangular hinged top with shaped and carved backsplash, opening to a felt lined interior with two compartments for teaspoons and a moulded crystal sugarbowl. The front with a starburst pierced central panel flanked by hinged doors with applied plinth-form decoration and opening to foil lined drawers for green and black teas.
William Smee & Sons, London, published a catalog of furniture designs in 1850 which had sideboard...
Antique Tole Faux Grained Tea Bin, cylindrical with a flat lid, sloped shoulder and faux brass banding. Front inscribed "TEA". Probably American, 19th Century
Fine 18th century English single compartment tea caddy in harewood, having hinged rectangular top with boxwood stringing and bone pull and escutcheon opening to an inner lid. Circa 1780.
Rare 18th C. Dutch Childs Tea Caddy in dark tortoise shell with ivory banding and feet. Rectangular with a hinged translucent lid opening to a lidded compartment.
4" x 2.75" x3.25" tall
Part of a child's social education was learning about the 'Tea Ceremony'
Exceptional antique English Regency Collectors Cabinet in nicely figured mahogany; rectangular with two paneled doors opening to twelve graduated small drawers and the whole with shaped skirts and ebonized ball feet. Circa 1815
13.5" x 7.75" x 15.25" tall
Rare 18th century fruit wood
tea caddy in the form of a large apple, having a circular
hinged lid with carved “stem”
opening to a tin-lined interior;
lock and escutcheon are
original, hinge is replaced
(repair to lid). Probably
Continental, circa 1760-80.
Antique English Desktop Cabinet, having a central panel door, inlaid with an oval patera and striped stringing, and flanked by six small drawers. Predominantly 18th Century.
Exceptional Burled Walnut cave-à-liqueur having hinged top and front panel opening to an interior with removable tray fitted with gilt decanters and glasses. French, late 19th century.
Antique American Tea caddy in maple with pewter stringing and a pewter plaque with the word "tea", inside are two lidded compartments. Circa 1870.
Antique Black Lacquer Chinese Export Tea Caddy with paneled, cut corner hinged lid opening to a well , vignetts of figures in gardens, and raised on carved dragon form feet. Daoguang Period, Circa 1840
8" x 6" x 5.75" tall (cracks and minor losses to lacquer)
Rare English Regency Tea Chest in rosewood, of sarcophagus form with a paneled lid opening to a fitted interior retaining a pair of Anglo-Irish cut glass tea caddies and sugar bowl and original felt lining under the lid, circa 1830.
Cut crystal containers were very expensive at this time, almost as expensive as silver. It is very unusual for tea chests to retain their original crystal fittings.
13" x 6.75" x 8" tall
Antique Chinese Painted and Inlaid Wood Tea Shipping Containers, having sliding lids and fronts decorated with figures in gardens and inlaid mother of pearl. (minor losses)
Largest: 12" x 12" x 11.75"
Antique English Regency Tea Caddy in lacewood, of rectangular form with cut corners, bone escutcheon and satinwood stringing.Circa 1825.
Rather whimsical Georgian III Tea Caddy in the form of two conjoined single caddies, rectangular, with hinged lid opening to two lidded compartments and the whole raised on ball form feet. Only the right hand escutcheon has a working lock.
English, circa 1790.
8' x 4.5" x 5.5" tall
Antique American traveling box constructed with strips of alternating light and dark woods; with sliding lid opening to a fitted interior. Ca. 1840.