This is a neat porcelain tea caddy or tea canister that was made in Scotland in the 1960s for James Nicholl and Son, a tea shop in Forfar Scotland in the 1960s and measuring 4.5 inches high and is 3.25 inches in diameter. The cream color tea caddy is decorated with pheasants. The tea caddy is in very good condition ++ with the only flaw a couple of tiny fleabite chips on the inside rim of the lid that do not show and a tiny chip on the bottom rim.
This piece could be an ashtray or a holder for a wine bottle as well. It has openwork brass on the exterior. It is 4 3/4 in in diameter and is 1 3/4 in. tall. It does incluse a round crystal ashtray which fits inside, but can be removed. It dates prior to 1940.
Tea Canister Tea Chrome Mid Century Tea Caddy Chromex Usa
This is a retro, mid century chrome tea tin, tea caddy or tea canister made in the USA in the 1950s by Chromex, USA. The tea tin or tea caddy or tea canster measures 4.5 inches high by 6.5 inches long not counting the curved front handle, by 5 inches wide. There are 2 black plastic handles, one in the front that says TEA, and one in the recessed top of the friction fit lid. The interior is in excellent condition and the exterior shows almost no signs of use except for a bit of wear on the white paint of TEA on the front handle. The tea tin is very decorative and the chrome makes it a great retro item!. A great kitchen accent.
Harrods Signature Tea Tin Square Green Empire Blend Heritage Tin
This is a Harrods, England signature tea tin or tea canister that once held their Empire Breakfast Blend No. 34 from their Heritage line of teas. The tin has a friction fit lid and measures 4 inches high by 5.5 inches square and has an old sepia photograph of the famous Harrods Department Store in Knightsbridge, London, England. The signature Harrods tea tin tight hinged lid and excellent interior. The tea tin is excellent condition with no scratching and would store your tea with distinction and panache!
Stunning antique biscuit jar. The pictures are not showing how magnificent it really is. It has gold highlights; and the lid and rim are marked EPNS. It is 6.75 tall up to finial x 5.25 wide. There is a red mark on the bottom but it is so worn I have no idea what it says, but most certainly this is English. It is transferware on earthenware. The perfect feminine gift! 5/12ut
Tall Tea Tin Daher English Tea Caddy Dark Floral Autumn Mid Century
This is a vintage mid century English tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made in England by Daher in the 1950-1960s. The dark floral design tea tin measures 6 inches high by 5.5 in diameter. The design is brass plate with a dark floral design reminiscent of William Morris designs in the colors of brown, orange, green and yellow. The tea tin is in excellent condition with no dents or scratches. There is on surface scratch measuring 1 inch. A great decorative accent as well as useful and could also be a biscuit tin.
Daher England Tea Tin Caddy Oriental Biscuit Tin Red Black Gold
This is a large square English tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made in by Daher, England in the 1960s. The oriental design tea tin measures 7.5 inches high by 5 inches square and has a tight fitting hinged lid. The design is brass plate with black, white and red. The tea tin is marked Made In England. The large square tea tin or biscuit tin is in excellent condition with virtually no wear except a slight dent to one base corner. The interior is in excellent condition. Because of the large size, this tin could also be used as a biscuit tin. A great decorative accent as well as useful.
Royal Worester Officer Of The 17th Light Dragoon Guards
This figurine by Royal Worester, England is named Officer of the 17th Light Dragoon Guards. The figurine is 12 3/4 in. in height with a base of 3 1/2 in. in diameter. It appears that the plume at the top has been broken and reglued.
This antique oval vanity frame is brass and quite ornate. It did have a mirror, but as it is cracked, it is not included. A mirror or picture can be added easily. There are prongs on the back to hold a mirror or picture in place. It measures 15 in. by 14 in. overall. The opening measurement is 11 in x 7 in. There is a folding stand at the back.
Gorgeous antique earthenware biscuit jar. Transferware roses; melon shape jar; beaded like rim design. EPNS incised mark on metal rim. Likely English, from the Staffordshire region. The English were famous for their biscuit jars; they love their tea and biscuits! It is 7 inches tall to finial. Pic #5 is the backside of jar. A fabulous jar for your favorite lady! 9/08utantcs
Beautiful antique English transferware biscuit Jar. Both the lid and rim of jar rim have incised mark: EPNS, England, and it looks like 2 marks then C has some crazing, more prominent on the bottom. It is earthenware with transferware flower design that look like Daffodils. This jar has some tiny dark spots here and there on the body of jar; those are under the glaze, might be hot ash marks from when it was fired. It is 7 inches tall up to finial. A very attractive jar despite the minor age flaws. 2/12
English Tea Tin Music Horns Guitar Banjo Retro Pink Plaid
This is a tea tin or tea canister with a design of musical instruments like guitars, banjos, horns and others against a retro pink plaid pattern. The tea tin was made by Daher, England in the 1950s and measures 6 inches high by 5.5 inches in diameter. The tea tin has a friction lid and hexagonal tin lid finial and is in very good +++ condition with minor surface wear and an excellent interior. The English tea tin could use a bit of a clean but is such a decorative retro design.
Tea Tin English Cathedrals Durham Lincoln Biscuit Tin
This is a vintage tea tin or biscuit tin depicting famous English cathedrals made originally to hold toffee by Edward Short & Sons, Ltd. Maidstone Kent in the 1930s. The tin has a blue background and measures 6.5 inches high by 4.75 inches square. The tin has a friction lid with an applied metal handle and features Lincoln, Durham, Lichfield and Liverpool cathedrals and the groin vaulting from the roof on the lid. The tin is in very good +++ condition with no holes or dents and only some minor scratches with some minor corrosion on the base inside. A great storage or display item. Several of these cathedrals were damaged in the bombing of WWII later.
Very nice vintage teacup. Six sided; 3 gold feet, handle and trim. Looks hand painted; likely Japanese. No chips or cracks. Saucer is 5.75 wide; cup is 3.75 wide x 2.5 tall. Very elegant and unique for your teacup collection! 10/11scsr
Gorgeous Saji Fancy China Japan pedestal teacup. No chips or cracks. Raised hand applied gold; gold exterior and handle. Cup is 2 tall x 3.75 wide; saucer is 5.5 wide. A stunning teacup for your collection! 6/11est#
Tea Tin Blue Bird Toffee Oval Bull Ring Birmingham Uk
This is a lovely tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made by Daher, England in the 1950s. The oval tea tin was made for Blue Bird Toffee in Huntington, Worcester England. The drawing is of The Bull Ring market during Victorian times which is located in Birmingham, England. My husband grew up knowing it, being from close by. The tea tin or tea caddy measures 5.75 inches high by 4.35 inches in diameter and has a tight fitting friction lid. The tea tin is in very good +++ condition with one scratch on the front seen in the photo and slight scuffing to the lid edge. The inside is in excellent condition. A very decorative and useful piece for your kitchen, and useful too!
Eight porcelain teapot trivets plus the display rack. The one with the gold S and orange flowers is marked: C. Tielsch next is a painted daisy trivet signed MRC; next is a blueberry trivet signed Snuggs; next is super old trivet with orange flowers, great fine art painting; next is a purple flower trivet signed E. Schuette; next is a trivet with gold spray design; last is a transferware trivet/pink roses, some wear on the design. Most of these trivets have raised scroll edges; all are hand painted but one. Most are about 6.5 wide except the transferware one which is a bit larger. Plus, you get one additional surprise trive for free! Most of these are likely limoges porcelain; a couple are likely German. 4/11varis
Gorgeous footed teacup with what appears to be rasperries. This is likely a Royal Sealy teacup but is missing the paper label which some RS cups had. No chips or cracks. Gold feet, handle and trim. Saucer is 6 wide with scalloped edges. Cup is 4 wide x 2.5 tall. A wonderful addition to your collection or as an exceptional gift! 1/11od#3201
Tea Tin Young Girl Toffee Tin Thorne's Age Of Innocence
This is a vintage English tin I would use as a tea tin that has a reproduction of a famous painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds 1st P.R.A called The Age Of Innocence. The tin was originally made by Daher or Baret for Thorne's, England The World's Premier Toffee 1940-1950s. The tin measures 3.25 inches high by 4.5 inches in diameter with a tight friction fit lid. There is some light wear on the tea tin and a very good +++ condition interior. Wish I could paint like that!
This is an treen or wood tea caddy or tea canister with a porcelain liner that was made 1920-1930s in England and is of blond wood with a chrome lid, fitting and bale and chrome letters TEA on the front. The wood tea caddy measures 6.5 inches high without handle by 6 inches in diameter. There is some wear to the varnish of the barrel and some age pitting to the chrome lid, but the tea caddy really in very good +++ condition. These wooden barrel shaped tea caddies or tea canisters have been popular in England for years and I found it in England at an antique fair in Cheltenham.
Tea Tin Kitten Flowers Toffee Tin Sharp's England 1950s
This is a tea tin with a design of a kitten and a flower basket originally made as a toffee tin by Edward Sharp & Sons, England with the original paper label and royal warrant dating the tin from 1952-1956. The tea tin tea caddy measures 2 inches high by 5.65 in long by 4.25 inches wide and has a friction fit lid. The tin is in very good condition with minor dents, surface scratches and damage from use and age. Could use a bit of a clean. The tea tin is a very decorative addition to kitchen or desk.
Tea Tin Daher English Tea Caddy Dark Floral Wm Morris
This is a vintage English tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made in England by Daher in the 1950-1960s. The dark floral design tea tin measures 3.5 inches high by 5.5 in diameter. The design is brass plate with a dark floral design reminiscent of William Morris designs in the colors of brown, orange, green and yellow. The tea tin is in very good +++ condition with no dents and a clean interior. There is on surface scratch measuring 1 inch. A great decorative accent as well as useful.
Tea Tin Daher Red Gold Crackle Floral Bouquets Vintage
This is a lovely tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made by Daher, England in the 1960-1970s. The cylinder tea tin has a red with gold crackle design and flower bouquets. The tea caddy measures 5.75 inches high by 4.35 inches in diameter and has a tight fitting friction lid. The tea tin is in very good +++ condition with a 3/4 inch shallow line dent on own side and 3 half inch mild discolored spots in the inside at the bottom seam. A very decorative and useful piece for your kitchen, and useful too!
Fabulous vintage hand painted Ardalt teacup featuring a vivid bird and flowers. c:1948-1953. Gold trim. No chips or cracks. Backstamp: Hand Painted, Lenwile China, Ardalt, Occupied Japan. Saucer is 5.5 wide; cup is almost 4 wide x 2 tall. An exquisite cabinet display! 9/10gscstr
Tole Tea Tin Hand Painted Tin Canister Penn Dutch Flora
This is a vintage hand painted tea tin, tea caddy or small biscuit tin made in the USA in the 1930-1940s in a hand painted Pennsylvania Dutch floral design. The flat back tea tin or tea caddy is indeed made of tin, and measures 7.5 inches high by 4.5 inches wide by 3.25 inches wide with a hinged lid and wood knob. The interior is in excellent condition and the exterior shows almost no signs of use. The tea tin is very decorative and tole is very collectible. A great kitchen accent.
Lipton British Empire Exhibition Tea Caddy Art Deco
This is a brass souvenir tea caddy manufactured by Lipton Tea for the 1925 British Empire Exhibition in London, England in 1925 and was the height of art deco style. The commemorative tea caddy or tea canister has the dedication on a band around the middle and the raised Empire Exhibition lion on the front and the Lipton logo on the base and measures 4.25 inches high by 4.75 inches in diameter. The tea caddy is in excellent condition.
Vintage English Tea Tin Caddy Oriental Design Screw Lid
This is a vintage large English tea tin, tea canister or tea caddy made in England by Daher or Baret in the 1930-1940s. The oriental design tea tin measures 6.5 inches high by 4.5 in diameter and has an unusual screw lid. The design is brass plate with black, white and red. The tea tin is marked Made In Grt Britain and is in very good ++ condition with no dents butdoes show wear, a few surface scratches and some scratching on the lid. It needs a clean as well. The interior is in excellent condition. Because of the large size, this tin could also be used as a biscuit tin. A great decorative accent as well as useful.
This is a tea tin made in England by Daher or Baret with a blue and white floral design reminiscent of Wedgwood jasperware. The tea tin or biscuit tin measures 7 inches high by 5.5 in diameter. There has been a felt bottom glued on at some time and I can feel a manufacturers name. This is a shape and design made by both companies in the 1950-1960s. The tin is in very good ++ condition but does have a bit of internal rust at the bottom and mild exterior scuffing. But a great canister for your counter or cupboard.
This is a tea tin or tea canister with a design of a green marble with panels and vignettes of oriental branches that I brought back recently from England and marked Made In England. The tea tin measures 4 inches high by 4.25 inches long by 3.5 inches wide. has a tight hinged lid and immaculate interior. The tea tin is excellent condition with no scratching. Lovely!
Lovely vintage bone china teacup featuring tulips. The perfect gift! Royal Grafton, England. c:1949. No chips or cracks. Very springlike and feminine! Saucer is 5.5 wide; cup is 3.25 wide x 3 tall. alst's4/10cs
Magnificent gold trim teacup with fruit motif. Backstamp: Saji, Made in Japan, Fancy China. And, fancy and fine it is! No chips or cracks. Cup is 4 wide x 2.5 tall; saucer is 5.75 wide. Great to display or give as a special gift! 3/10#2976actest
Antique English earthenware pink rose biscuit jar. Ultra feminine antique jar. Lid is marked on exterior rim: Made in England, E.P.N.S. Interior lid is marked: NS #3 and some initials; handle has #2 on it. No chips or cracks; does have crazing. It stands 6 tall up to rim edge not counting handle or finial. I did not polish it; will leave that to you if you wish. It is a very charming jar for someone special! 2/10kns#2895
Vintage Tuscan bone china teacup. c:1947. Green backstamp, Made in England. Pat. No. C7200; 'Bouquet'. Very lovely teacup, saucer and dessert plate. No chips or cracks. Cup is 3.75 wide x 2 tall. 1/10esa#2815
Shabby chic teacup stand for sale. Very feminine with metal roses and basket weave design. It stands 26 tall x 11.5 wide; holds 4 cups/saucers. This is an estate sale item; it is not old but very useful and one of the prettiest stands I have come across. Great to showcase your favorite 4 teacups! 12/09esa#2755
Patented antique English brass muffin stand. c:1909-1910. Aka dumb waiter. If you've seen the movie, 'Joe's Palace', you've seen one of these in the palatial estate kitchen! Once used at teatime to hold extra dessert plates, and/or plates w/muffins, scones, etc. This is a very fine antique stand made by William, Tonks hard to get really good pictures of it though. 32 inches tall x 8.5 wide x 9 deep. This would also look great with vintage teacups displayed on it. Or, put little potted plants on the plates; African Violets or trailing ivy would be pretty! A one of a kind antique! 9/09est#
This is a vintage hand painted tea tin or tea bin made in the USA in the 1930-1940s. The tea tin or tea bin is indeed made of tin, and measures 5.75 inches high by 6 inches wide by 7.5 inches deep incl flange. The door opens downward with a little knob and the interior is in excellent condition although the outside has some scratches from use. The tea tin is very decorative and tole is very collectible. A great kitchen accent.
Three neat teastrainers. First is the large acorn style strainer; nest is a large mesh ball strainer w/chain; and last is a small mesh strainer w/metal handle. All are in usable condition. Great for Victorian teaparties; just add one to a vintage teacup and give as a unique gift! 1/09estcsx3
Four cool tea strainers. 3 look vintage; not sure on the large mesh one. Great for Victorian teaparties; add one to a vintage teacup and give as a gift! First is an acorn shaped strainer w/chain; next is a small mesh one with metal handle; next is a larger mesh handle w/metal handle, and last is the large mesh one with chain. All are in usable condition. 1/09estcsx4
Three neat tea strainers. 2 are vintage, not sure on the 3rd. One is marked: Made in England which appears to be the oldest one, 2nd pic. Next is one with Japan mark on it, 3rd pic; last is one with USA mark, stainless, 4th pic. All are in good usable condition. A country living mag has tea strainers hanging off a christmas tree as unique ornaments! est12/06x3cs
Antique earthenware biscuit jar with transferware design. Lid and rim has EPNS mark, = electroplated nickel silver. 99% sure it is a Staffordshire jar/pattern. Nice deep cobalt blue with flowers and gold trim and fancy handle. Has faint crazing, and some wear on the gold but no cracks or chips. Also on one side of metal lid rim are two small worn areas which you might be able to polish out. This is a good sized jar and was likely made in England in the late 1800's. It is 5.5 to lid rim; 7 inches to finial, and 10 inches tall if handle is up. It is a very lovely old jar. Once used on Victorian tables for tea biscuits. 8/08nyant-MC
Gorgeous antique English paper mache tea caddy. c:1825-1864 according to my research; the auction catalog says 1850. This came from the estate of a private N.Y. collector and sold at a fine auction in MI. Stunning antique box, much more beautiful than the pictures are showing it. Likely J over 60% were not signed J very close to what I paid for it. au-CC-V-kk-11-07
Tea Caddy Retro Ceramic And Wood England Hand Painted
This is a really groovy retro mid century handpainted ceramic tea caddy with a wooden lid hand painted and signed by Desmond Cooper, England, made 1960-1970s. The tea canister has avocado and harvest gold flowers and the word TEA. It is 5 inches high and it is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear with a super rubber sealer ring. COOL!
Vintage German tea strainer. c:pre 1949. Has incised mark: Germany on handle. It might be sterling silver or silver plate, but is not marked; the mark could have worn off. It needs a good polishing. It is 5.5 long x 1.5 tall and very sturdy wire mesh. estcs
Rare bakelite tea strainer and 2 other tea strainers. A similar bakelite tea strainer is shown in the book on bakelite, (different handle). This strainer is in good vintage condition and is 5 inches long. You also get 2 other strainers with it. One is marked: W.M. Rogers A 1 Plus Oneida LTD, (looks like silverplate) and is 5.5 inches long; and last one is not marked; 6 inches long.
Marked with the incised old China mark, this wonderful brass silent butler has enameled designs on the lid and the handle. The silent butler is 4 1/2 X 4 in. and is 6 3/4 in. long with the handle. It is hinged and dates from the 1920s. The enameling is quite detailed and has great coloring. It is in excellent condition.
This antique tea caddy is probably walnut and English. It measures 8 3/4 by 5 1/4 in. in height. The tea caddy is lined in velvet inside the top of the box which is in good condition for its age. There are two sections in the body with wooden lids on each section which are 3 1/2 by 3 3/4 in. There is a lock, but no key. This is an exceptional tea caddy.
This brass hand hammered wall valet has a beveled mirror framed in hand hammered brass with two clothes brushes attached. The overall dimensions are 15 1/2 X 8 3/4 in. The beveled mirror is 8 3/4 by 5 in. The brushes have a brass back and are 6 3/4 by 1 3/4 in. The back is wood which shows a great deal of age. Although I find no markings, this valet is probably English. There are attached brackets for hanging at the top of the piece. The brushes hang at the middle of each side on the brass. This is a wonderful old piece.
10 VINTAGE FLYING GEESE COASTERS COLORED. RARE. YOU NORMALLY SEE THE ALUMINUM COLOR. 7 HAVE A DIFFERENT COLOR. 2 ALUMINUM COLOR HAVE 2 GEESE STAMPED ON THEM. HALF OF THEM NEED A LITTLE CLEANING. GOOD CONDITION. 3 1/4 INCH ROUND. SOLD AS IS FOUND. PERSONAL CHECKS TAKE 10 DAYS TO SHIP. $5.00 SHIPPED IN THE U.S