Octagonal Partridge Wood Tea Caddy 1820
A prime example of a Georgian period double lid tea caddy. The main exterior wood is partridge wood which is cross banding in boxwood around the edging. It’s formed in an octagonal shape with 8 sides. The interior comprises of two lid sections for traditionally black and green tea. It’s a nice original example dating to the Georgian period 1820.
Partridge wood and boxwood
Reference Number; tj94258
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USA, Australia and New Zealand £20
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Returned within 14 days of purchase in the same condition and a full refund will be given.