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1780-1800 British Tea caddy at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Since tea caddies were placed on the table as tea was served, they were often highly decorative....This caddy may have been bought as a blank and decorated at home because the decoration combines painted floral swags, cut-out paper flower shapes, and a print showing childen playing games glued to the lid."

Tea caddy

1780-1800 British Tea caddy at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Since tea caddies were placed on the table as tea was served, they were often highly decorative....This caddy may have been bought as a blank and decorated at home because the decoration combines painted floral swags, cut-out paper flower shapes, and a print showing childen playing games glued to the lid."

in the japanese edo era, canisters were made from tin were a commonplace means of storage for tea. it was kiyosuke who first designed the tin tea caddy and made it into a commercially available item.

in the japanese edo era, canisters were made from tin were a commonplace means of storage for tea. it was kiyosuke who first designed the tin tea caddy and made it into a commercially available item.

Atlanta designer Carole Weaks uses a large French barometer in her own home. I love the combination that Weaks is known for - antiques, textured fabrics, and contemporary art. It is a beautiful combination.

Atlanta designer Carole Weaks uses a large French barometer in her own home. I love the combination that Weaks is known for - antiques, textured fabrics, and contemporary art. It is a beautiful combination.

The best tea need premium packaging. Check out our brand new tea caddies at www.mysticbrewteas.com

The best tea need premium packaging. Check out our brand new tea caddies at www.mysticbrewteas.com

Tea Caddy,Luxury

Tea Caddy,Luxury

Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy  England  Circa 1860  This beautiful English tortoiseshell tea caddy is elegantly adorned with ivory and sterling silver accents, and set upon delicate bun feet. The caddy contains two compartments, one for black tea and the other for green tea. The user would combine the stronger black tea with the lighter green in order to create the perfect blend to suite their taste.

Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy England Circa 1860 This beautiful English tortoiseshell tea caddy is elegantly adorned with ivory and sterling silver accents, and set upon delicate bun feet. The caddy contains two compartments, one for black tea and the other for green tea. The user would combine the stronger black tea with the lighter green in order to create the perfect blend to suite their taste.

A hexagonal tea caddy is embellished with green and gilded rolled paper, also called paper filigree. Tea caddy courtesy of Sallea Antiques; photograph by Doug Todd

A hexagonal tea caddy is embellished with green and gilded rolled paper, also called paper filigree. Tea caddy courtesy of Sallea Antiques; photograph by Doug Todd

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