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Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory tea caddy. Overall decorated with florals and both sidrs with an Akonost (bird of paradise) and edges with gilt trim. Based marked under glaze with the cypher of Tsar Nicholas II and dated 1914

Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory tea caddy. Overall decorated with florals and both sidrs with an Akonost (bird of paradise) and edges with gilt trim. Based marked under glaze with the cypher of Tsar Nicholas II and dated 1914

English Silver Tea Caddy

English Silver Tea Caddy

Tea Caddy by Paul de Lamerie, 1747

Tea Caddy by Paul de Lamerie, 1747

Tea Caddy Possibly made by Samson porcelain factory, Paris Late 19th - early 20th century

Tea Caddy Possibly made by Samson porcelain factory, Paris Late 19th - early 20th century

Old Nippon  1899-1911

Old Nippon 1899-1911

Imperial Russian Faberge silver & enamel tea caddy

Imperial Russian Faberge silver & enamel tea caddy

Tea & sugar were both mostly import items in the 18th Century and would literally be locked away in caddies like this, along with silver, porcelain, & glassware in more affluent homes, because of their value. Most were kept in "butler pantries" of which only the butler or owners may have the key. Sometimes butlers would literally sleep or have their office set up in the pantry as well.

Tea & sugar were both mostly import items in the 18th Century and would literally be locked away in caddies like this, along with silver, porcelain, & glassware in more affluent homes, because of their value. Most were kept in "butler pantries" of which only the butler or owners may have the key. Sometimes butlers would literally sleep or have their office set up in the pantry as well.

Antique Victorian Era Tortoise Shell and Silver Tea Caddies, PAIR - Tortoiseshell

Antique Victorian Era Tortoise Shell and Silver Tea Caddies, PAIR - Tortoiseshell

French antique biscuit jar

French antique biscuit jar

Tea Caddy  Possibly made by Samson porcelain factory, Paris, 1845 - 1980  Geography: Possibly made in France, Europe Date: Late 19th - early 20th century Medium: Enamel on copper with hand-painted and gilded decoration; metal mounts

Tea Caddy Possibly made by Samson porcelain factory, Paris, 1845 - 1980 Geography: Possibly made in France, Europe Date: Late 19th - early 20th century Medium: Enamel on copper with hand-painted and gilded decoration; metal mounts

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