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 Flame Mahogany Tea Caddy of Pyramid Shape Circa 1820

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Reference: TC121

Description:
TC121: A flame mahogany tea caddy of tapered pyramid shape standing on brass ball feet with two lidded compartments and a central place for sugar bowl circa 1820.

Origin: UK

Circa: 1820

Materials:

Size: It measures  inches 10.6 wide  by  5.2 inches deep and it is 6.7  inches  high including feet: 26.8 cm wide by 13.2 cm deep by 17 cm high.

Condition:

 

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The inside has remains of its original leading.

 

The caddy has a simple glass sugar bowl.
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 The lids have turned handles.
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 The flame mahogany is at its best on the top.

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The inside of the lid is lined with the original blue embossed paper

 

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