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Caddies x
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1750–60
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 61.224.29 ab
Caddy spoon
Date: 1817–18
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 97.2.176
Tea caddy spoon
John Bettridge
(active 1817–30)
Date: 1819–20
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 13.42.68
Tea caddy
Style of Whieldon type
Date: third quarter 18th century
Medium: Lead-glazed earthenware
Accession Number: 61.107.131 ab
Tea caddy with cover (part of a service)
After a design by Cornelis Pronk
(Dutch, Amsterdam 1691–1759 Amsterdam)
Date: ca. 1740
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 61.64.4 ab
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Probably by Christopher Jonsen
(working 1734–75)
Date: 1758
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 23.67.12 a-c
Caddy spoon
Date: 1817–18
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 97.2.177
Caddy spoon
William Fearn
(active 1769–1824)
Date: 1794–95
Medium: Silver, parcel gilt
Accession Number: 97.2.185
Pair of tea caddies (part of a set)
John Scofield
(active 1776–96)
Date: 1790–91
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 66.158.8a, b
Tea caddy
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: ca. 1735
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 35.80.64 ab
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Augustin Courtauld
(British, 1685–1751)
Date: 1726/27
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 68.141.269
Caddy
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: ca. 1713–20
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 42.205.23 ab
Caddy spoon
Date: 18th century
Medium: Silver gilt
Accession Number: 12.207.4c
Tea chest with tea caddies
Date: ca. 1790
Medium: Cedar and oak veneered with maple, harewood, tulipwood, kingwood, satinwood, amaranth, holly, and stained holly; foil lining
Accession Number: 64.101.1192–.1194a, b
Tea caddy set box
Date: 18th century
Medium: Macassar ebony, velvet, brass
Accession Number: 66.158.8 d
Tea caddy (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1770
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 1974.356.619
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1755–70
Medium: Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
Accession Number: 20.178.23
Tea Caddy
Emick Romer
(Norwegian, 1724–1799)
Date: 1762–63
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 59.30a, b
Tea caddy (part of a set)
Date: 1770–80
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 51.86.14
Tea caddy with cover (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1775
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 39.140.180a, b
Tea caddy
Date: dated 1769
Medium: Salt-glazed stoneware
Accession Number: 34.165.83
Caddy (part of a set)
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: 1735–40
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 42.205.74 ab
Caddy spoon
Cocks & Betteridge
Date: 1800–1801
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 97.2.175
Miniature tea caddy
John Le Sage
(British, active 1718–43)
Date: ca. 1725
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 63.53.4a, b
Tea caddy and spoon
Date: ca.1790–1800
Medium: Sheffield plate
Accession Number: 13.8.3a–c
Tea caddy (part of a service)
Date: 1795–1800
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 51.86.402
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Date: early 19th century
Medium: Pine base, cover; paper, silk
Accession Number: 1974.28.78a–c
Tea caddy with cover
Elkington & Co.
(British, Birmingham, 1829–1963)
Date: 19th century
Medium: Silver on base metal
Accession Number: 11.125.24a, b
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1755
Medium: Seto ware, stoneware with iron-rich glaze
Accession Number: 25.215.12a, b
Tea caddy
Date: second quarter 18th century
Medium: Earthenware, silver
Accession Number: 59.208.41a, b
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1750–60
Accession Number: 61.224.29 ab
Caddy spoon
Date: 1817–18
Accession Number: 97.2.176
Tea caddy spoon
John Bettridge
(active 1817–30)
Date: 1819–20
Accession Number: 13.42.68
Tea caddy
Style of Whieldon type
Date: third quarter 18th century
Accession Number: 61.107.131 ab
Tea caddy with cover (part of a service)
After a design by Cornelis Pronk
(Dutch, Amsterdam 1691–1759 Amsterdam)
Date: ca. 1740
Accession Number: 61.64.4 ab
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Probably by Christopher Jonsen
(working 1734–75)
Date: 1758
Accession Number: 23.67.12 a-c
Caddy spoon
Date: 1817–18
Accession Number: 97.2.177
Caddy spoon
William Fearn
(active 1769–1824)
Date: 1794–95
Accession Number: 97.2.185
Pair of tea caddies (part of a set)
John Scofield
(active 1776–96)
Date: 1790–91
Accession Number: 66.158.8a, b
Tea caddy
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: ca. 1735
Accession Number: 35.80.64 ab
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Augustin Courtauld
(British, 1685–1751)
Date: 1726/27
Accession Number: 68.141.269
Caddy
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: ca. 1713–20
Accession Number: 42.205.23 ab
Caddy spoon
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 12.207.4c
Tea chest with tea caddies
Date: ca. 1790
Accession Number: 64.101.1192–.1194a, b
Tea caddy set box
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 66.158.8 d
Tea caddy (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1770
Accession Number: 1974.356.619
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1755–70
Accession Number: 20.178.23
Tea Caddy
Emick Romer
(Norwegian, 1724–1799)
Date: 1762–63
Accession Number: 59.30a, b
Tea caddy (part of a set)
Date: 1770–80
Accession Number: 51.86.14
Tea caddy with cover (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1775
Accession Number: 39.140.180a, b
Tea caddy
Date: dated 1769
Accession Number: 34.165.83
Caddy (part of a set)
Meissen Manufactory
(German, 1710–present)
Date: 1735–40
Accession Number: 42.205.74 ab
Caddy spoon
Cocks & Betteridge
Date: 1800–1801
Accession Number: 97.2.175
Miniature tea caddy
John Le Sage
(British, active 1718–43)
Date: ca. 1725
Accession Number: 63.53.4a, b
Tea caddy and spoon
Date: ca.1790–1800
Accession Number: 13.8.3a–c
Tea caddy (part of a service)
Date: 1795–1800
Accession Number: 51.86.402
Tea caddy (one of a pair)
Date: early 19th century
Accession Number: 1974.28.78a–c
Tea caddy with cover
Elkington & Co.
(British, Birmingham, 1829–1963)
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 11.125.24a, b
Tea caddy
Date: ca. 1755
Accession Number: 25.215.12a, b
Tea caddy
Date: second quarter 18th century
Accession Number: 59.208.41a, b
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