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Britannia Standard Tea Caddy, 1716

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£2,275.00
Tea Caddy - Octagonal - London 1716 by John Farnell - 11cm high; 8cm x 5.7cm base; 186g - KH/5798

Britannia Standard Tea Caddy, 1716







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This early George I period silver tea caddy takes the standard octagonal form of the period and has the typical slide-off top for re-filling and removable cap, acting as tea measure. The box has a good hefty weight and a solid feel in the hand, plus it benefits from being in fine condition with just a few very minor bruises. This tea caddy was made by the specialist maker, John Farnell and bears his "Fa" New Standard maker's mark in a heart-shaped shield along with a good, full set of Britannia Standard hallmarks to the main body. The slide-off top is appropriately part-marked with maker and lion's head erased, plus there is a further lion's head erased mark to the underside. The cap is typically unmarked, but is almost certainly original.
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