Tea Caddy

Emick Romer Norwegian

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 774

This tea caddy was part of Judith Crommelin Verplanck’s trousseau. It is one of several London-made silver tea wares owned by Judith and her merchant husband, Samuel Verplanck.

Tea Caddy, Emick Romer (Norwegian, 1724–1799), Silver, British

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