Silver Crested Tea Caddy Box, 1906
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Description: - An Edwardian silver Tea Caddy box by Edward Barnard & Sons. The sterling silver tea caddy box has been realistically modelled in the form of an antique Georgian knife box. The tea caddy box is of plain form, with a hinged cover and sits on a flat base. The cover is surmounted with a scrolling ring loop finial, and the cover is also engraved with a crest. The tea caddy box is hallmarked London, 1906.
Date: - 1906.
Engraving: - Engraved with a crest.
Maker: - Edward Barnard & Sons.
Measurement: - The tea caddy box measures 8.1 cm (height) x 5.9 cm (width) x 5.9cm (depth).
Weight: - 139.1 grams / 4.47 troy ounces.
Condition: - The tea caddy box has the usual minor surface marks, pin prick dings, and scratches commensurate with age. The crest to the lid is well defined. In summary, a beautiful tea caddy in good shape and condition. Please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Item No: - 1573/01_lawc1.