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This sarcophagus shaped rosewood tea caddy, c1820 is typical of the Regency style with its ormolu handle mounts and lion paw feet. The caddy has two removable tea canisters, used for green and black teas. In the centre is a glass mixing bowl. The caddy is lined with red paper and has a brass lock.
EARLY VICTORIAN OAK TEA-CHEST IN THE FORM OF A HOUSE MID-19TH CENTURY The rectangular hinged stepped lid enclosing a removable tray with two divisions above three lidded compartments, the central compartment enclosing a removable lidded caddy with a lock, the front and ends inlaid with windows and an arched door 8¼ in. (21 cm.) high; 11¾ in. (30 cm.) wide; 5¾ in. (15 cm.) deep