A GEORGE III SILVER BARREL SHAPED TEA CADDY BY JOHN EAMES A charming early 19th century sterling silver tea caddy by John Eames, having a circular lid with hammer handle on a coopered barrel shaped body. English, hallmarked for London 1803 Height: 5 ½ in; 14 cm Diameter: 4 ¼ in; 11 cm A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER RECTANGULAR TEA CADDY BY FRANCIS CRUMP A rare and fine mid 18th century repoussé silver tea caddy by Francis Crump in the Chinoiserie taste of oblong shape, having a hinged lid and sides decorated profusely with Chinese figures, palm trees, flowers, shells and C-scrolls. Note: This exquisite tea caddy exemplifies the high rococo, a style promoted by Thomas Chippendale in his publication the Gentlemen and Cabinet-maker's Director as the 'modern taste'. English, hallmarked for London 1763 Height: 5 ½ in; 14 cm Width: 4 ¼ in; 11 cm Depth: 3 ½ in; 9 cm A GEORGE III SILVER OCTAGONAL TEA CADDY BY EDWARD DARVILL A fine mid 18th century sterling silver octagonal tea caddy of pagoda form by Edward Darvill, having an octagonal domed hinged lid with Chinaman final and fine scroll decoration to the rim, base and each corner. English, hallmarked for London 1771 Height: 6 ½ in; 16.5 cm Diameter: 4 ¾ in; 12 cm
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