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Harlequin Tea Caddy  Tortoiseshell and ivory  HEIGHT:	4.5 in. (11 cm) WIDTH:	3 in. (8 cm) DEPTH:	4.5 in. (11 cm)

Harlequin Tea Caddy

This exquisite rare Antique Harlequin Tea Caddy is veneered in Ivory & Tortoiseshell diamonds with stained green Ivory edging and having Gold escutcheon & swing handle to the lid.

European Furniture & Decorative Arts | F - Sale 2566B - Lot 1123  Ivory and Green Tortoiseshell Harlequin Tea Caddy, England, c. 1800, decagon shape with silver piping, finial and diamond-shaped escutcheon and cartouche, horn footrim, matching interior lid, ht. 4 1/4, lg. 4 1/8 in.   Estimate $5,500-6,500     No evidence of any cracks, chips or restorations.  Sold for $11,850

Ivory and Green Tortoiseshell Harlequin Tea Caddy, England, c.

Colonial Bone and Tortoise Shell Tea Caddy, via Hovey Design.

English tortoiseshell and bone tea caddy in the shape of a house, inlaid with etched bone windows and door, century, UK

Silver-mounted Red Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, England, c. 1800, ivory trimmed octagonal shape with applied fruiting grapevines to each panel

Home Decor Objects : Silver-mounted Red Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, England, c. ivory trimmed octagonal shape with applied fruiting grapevines to each panel

Octagonal Ivory Tea Caddy, England, late 18th century, trimmed with tortoiseshell and with a silver knob and monogrammed shield-shaped cartouche, green shell, mother-of pearl and silver pique work to the front and top panels

Octagonal Ivory Tea Caddy, England, late 18th century, trimmed with tortoiseshell and with a silver knob and monogrammed shield-shaped cartouche, green shell, mother-of pearl and silver pique work to the front and top panels

A William IV TORTOISESHELL and Ivory TEA CADDY, <P>circa 1835</P> | lot | Sotheby's

A William IV TORTOISESHELL and Ivory TEA CADDY, <P>circa 1835</P> | lot | Sotheby's

Burl walnut tea caddy with deorative brass hinges. Key plate and ogee shaped handle. Stamped "Asprey of London" England, Circa 1840 - LENGTH: 	9.25"  DEPTH: 	6"  HEIGHT: 	6.25"   -  O'Sullivan Antiques, New York

Burl Walnut Tea Caddy

Burl Walnut Tea Caddy England Circa 1840 Burl walnut tea caddy with deorative brass hinges. Key plate and ogee shaped handle. Stamped "Asprey of London" O'Sullivan Antiques

English Tortoise Shell Tea Caddy

English Tortoise Shell Tea Caddy of Rectangular Form, 19th Century

View this item and discover similar tea caddies for sale at - English tortoise shell tea caddy of rectangular form with hinged lid opening to two lidded interior and mixing bowl, century.

A George III sterling silver Chinoiserie-decorated tea caddy -  by John Langford and John Sebille, London, 1762 Of shaped rectangular cartouche form, each side finely chased with various figures in Chinese costume, on a cast and chased rocaille ground, with conforming cover and feet, total weight approximately 9oz troy. total height 5 1/4in (13.4cm); length 3 5/8in (9.2cm); depth 3in (7.6cm).

A George III sterling silver Chinoiserie-decorated tea caddy - by John Langford and John Sebille, London, 1762

Indo-Portuguese Silver Mounted Stained Tortoise Shell and Ivory Table Cabinet  17th/18th Century  Of rectangular form, with studded diaper veneers and a pair of cupboard doors opening to reveal an interior fitted with six small drawers carved with foliate scrolls, on bun feet.

Indo-Portuguese Silver Mounted Stained Tortoise Shell and Ivory Table Cabinet for Sale at Auction on Wed, - - Important English & Continental Furniture / Old Master Paintings

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