Mark Goodger

Antique Spa Penwork Tea Caddy

£1,995.00

Exquisitely painted Belgian Spa Tea Caddy, veneered in Sycamore. Decorated to the front and sides with pretty birds, leaf garland around the top edge of the lid, beautifully coloured flower basket to the top. The interior contains four lids, two... Read More

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SKU: ca09e7e09a49 Categories: , , ,
Dimensions 11 × 10 cm
Year

Circa 1830

Medium

Sycamore

Country

Belgium

Description

Description

Exquisitely painted Belgian Spa Tea Caddy, veneered in Sycamore. Decorated to the front and sides with pretty birds, leaf garland around the top edge of the lid, beautifully coloured flower basket to the top.

The interior contains four lids, two sitting on posts one with a green trailing flower decoration, the other red trailing flowers, underneath these are two more completely covered in foil lining and both sit on the tea to keep it fresh, each with bone handles.

This fabulous spa Tea caddy comes with a fully working lock and tasselled key.

All our items come with an authentication certificate with an image, as well as our latest catalogue, care instructions and separate invoice for insurance purposes. On top of this, our items come with a 14 day no quibble money back guarantee and are all fully insured for when shipping.

Today Tea Caddies are sought after as decorative pieces, in all shapes & forms.
Purchasing a Tea Caddy / Tea Chest from us you can be satisfied that they have been carefully examined and assessed, and only restored where absolutely necessary.

All boxes at Mark Goodger Antiques are professionally restored using traditional skills all by hand. Purchasing a box from us you can be satisfied in thinking that they have been carefully looked over and only restored where necessary. Buying a box from us gives you peace of mind you are buying an original item, and from a dealer who belongs to leading trade associations and abides by all their strict conducts of code. Mark Goodger is a CADA & LAPADA member.

Additional information

Additional information

Dimensions 11 × 10 cm
Year

Circa 1830

Medium

Sycamore

Country

Belgium