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Tea Caddy Artist: Simeon Soumaine (baptized 1685–ca. 1750) Date: ca. 1720 Geography: Made in New York, New York, United States

Tea Caddy Artist: Simeon Soumaine (baptized 1685–ca. 1750) Date: ca. 1720 Geography: Made in New York, New York, United States

Porcelain tea service, c.1725-30. This is a unique tea service. It includes a teapot, an angular tea caddy, an oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers. One of the saucers is not an original: it was made at the Russian imperial pottery in St Petersburg in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. The rest of the set was made at Meissen in Germany. The various items in the service are decorated in typical Meissen fashion, with exotic chinoiserie scenes depicted in gold-paint.

Tea service porcelain and gold leaf. from the Meissen factory in Germany. Set consists of porcelain cups (Note no handles until mid teapot, angular tea caddy, oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers, all resting on a gilt tray.

T5576 Gorham Man in the Moon Antique Sterling Tea Ball    A rare Gorham man in the moon tea ball circa 1890 in excellent condition with intricate details and piercing.    Marked with Gorham marks.    Price: $2,900.00

Gorham Man in the Moon Antique Sterling Tea Ball Rare Gorham man in the moon tea ball circa 1890 with intricate details and piercing.

Lovely little antique looking tea infuser. Shaped like a strawberry?

strawberry tea ball (infuser), with leaf decoration in relief on berry section that unscrews from cap, silver?

sweet tea tin                             ****

Old sweet tin, candy tin from Bassetts for use as a Tea tin when empty

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.

Tea Kit (I need this so if anyone finds it let me know.)

Vintage Tea & Picnic Set - makes me want to dress up in period costume and go for a picnic tea with it.

Williamson Teas ~ Earl Grey ~ This one would complete the trio of my favorite teas.

awesome tea and tins!

18th Century Satinwood Oval Tea Caddy c. 1790 England

18th Century Satinwood Oval Tea Caddy c. 1790 England

English Arts and Crafts Silver Mounted Oak Tea Caddy ca. 1900

English Arts and Crafts Silver Mounted Oak Tea Caddy

rare George W. Shiebler and Co. antique sterling handmade filigree tea ball (tea infuser), c. 1900?, silver, USA

rare George W. Shiebler and Co. antique sterling handmade filigree tea ball (tea infuser), c.

Antique Tea Caddy.

Antique Tea Caddy

View this item and discover similar boxes for sale at - Single Octagonal Tea Caddy veneered in Harewood (Sycamore) with oval bat's wing medallions to the top & front with a turned bone finial to the top and

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