Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s

Beautiful-English-Mahogany-Double-Tea-Caddy-Circa-Late-1800s-Early-1900s-01-qbjy Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s

Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s
Antique English Victorian Mahogany Double Tea Caddy. Circa 1880s – Early 1900s per English antique dealer. I was told it. Was Mahogany by my English dealer. Top of the box has been painted red. Box found in northern England. Key is included but does not work. Be sure to enlarge the images for a close. We are retailers who travel to Europe 4-5 times per year to pick unique items for your enjoyment. We have been in business for over 20 years. We pride ourselves on our careful and secure. I always package with care. Please feel free to ask any questions &. I will be happy to answer them. The item “Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s” is in sale since Thursday, January 16, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Woodenware\Boxes”. The seller is “europeanantiques” and is located in Columbia, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Boxes
  • Featured Refinements: Antique Tea Caddy
  • Primary Material: Wood
  • Style: Victorian
  • Age: 1880s – 1900
  • Maker: Unknown
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Brown
  • Country/Region of Origin: England

Beautiful English Mahogany Double Tea Caddy Circa Late 1800s Early 1900s

Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855

Antique-English-Bone-China-Pear-Shaped-Tea-Set-Printed-Grape-Vine-Lilac-c-1855-01-kah Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855

Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855
Offered by JockJen Antiques. A very attractive antique English porcelain (bone china) part tea set comprising teapot, sucrier, milk jug, slop basin and bread and butter plate. This lovely set dates from around 1855 and has a lovely shape known as footed pear shape. This antique part tea set from the mid 19th century during the Victorian period. The teapot milk jug and sucrier all have moulded bases and stand on six equally spaced scroll feet. They have ornate complex handles with thumb rests and high domed lids with loop finials on the teapot and sucrier. The set has a transfer printed design in pale purple or lilac. The pattern features a grapevine with bunches of grapes. There are no marks to identify a maker, as is often the case with porcelain from this period, and we have been unable to attribute it to a particular factory. The shape of the teapot is however similar to plate 2039 page 340 of A Directory of British Teapots, by Michael Berthoud and Richard Maskell. The teapot referenced is made by Sampson Bridgwood and Sons, of Longton Staffordshire England. Both the one listed here and the referenced one have a number of similarities including a short inverted L shape lid retaining lug. The teapot stands 8 inches high and a maximum of 9 1/2 inches wide. The plate has a diameter of 9 1/2 inches. Together the set weighs 2.65 kg unpacked and it is in good condition for its age with just a broken and glued handle to the sucrier, a small chip to the rim of the plate and a tiny chip to the spout of the teapot. Please see the images. This is a great item for any collector of English 19th century tea sets or Victorian Bone China tableware. Please note that due to lockdown restrictions we are currently sending items via UPS door to door tracked courier service. We have found this to be a very swift and secure service both for domestic and overseas locations. The item “Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855″ is in sale since Sunday, November 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Date-Lined Ceramics\c.1840- c.1900″. The seller is “jockjen” and is located in Askam-in-Furness. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Number of items in set: 5
  • Featured Refinements: Antique China
  • Colour: Lilac
  • Style: Victorian
  • Material: Porcelain/ China
  • Use: Tableware
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Alternative name: Tea Service
  • Shape: Pear Shape
  • Foot: Six Footed
  • Date circa: 1855
  • Pattern: Grapevine
  • Sub-Type: British
  • Product Type: Tea Sets
  • Manufacturer/ Type: Staffordshire

Antique English Bone China Pear Shaped Tea Set Printed Grape Vine Lilac c 1855