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A fine tortoiseshell teacaddy by Lund of Fleet Street, edged with ivory and with bun feet in the same, a pair of lids of matching tortoiseshell cover the two compartments within. William Lund moved to premises in Fleet Street in 1840, and changed his label in 1876 when he was joined by his son.

A rare and beautiful Georgian 'harlequin' tea caddy, tortoiseshell and mother-o-pearl diamond panels edged with ivory and set between tortoiseshell canted corners, the metal fittings of silver. English circa 1790.

An English, Regency period, pagoda shaped tortoiseshell tea caddy, well matched panels with ivory stringing and the original matched covers within.

An early 19th century teacaddy, veneered in a burr-wood and treated to appear as mulberry, within, a pair of compartments with similarly veneered covers over a further pair of sycamore wood presses and with cut steel handles to all lids. French circa 1800.

A Regency sarcophagus shape tea caddy by Lund, with ivory shell lifts, feet and edging, previously with pewter stringing, the satinwood interior with a pair of hinged lidded canisters flanking a replaced footed glass bowl, the lock stamped 'LUND MAKER LONDON', 7¾in(19.8cm) high, 12¾in (32.5cm) wide, 5½in (14cm) deep.

English House Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

Rare English century Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy in the shape of a house, inlaid with etched bone. The top is hollow, interlined with velvet. Double tea compartments are covered with tortoiseshell lids having bone knobs.

A Handsome English Georgian Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy

A Handsome English Georgian Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy England Circa 1800 A handsome English Georgian tortoiseshell tea caddy with classical-inspired painted scene; the rectangular lid centering an inset painting of classical figures; resting on a conforming body enclosing twin tea compartments with tortoiseshell lids