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The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.

An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.

Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

Price: 5.00 T8588 Dominick & Haff Sterling Tea Caddy A hand hammered antique silver tea caddy by Dominick & Haff circa 1880 chased with pond associated insects and water plants. Price: ,950.00 T8511 Gorham Mixed Metals Tea Caddy A rare and unusual hand hammered copper tea caddy with the M date letter for 1880 by the Gorham Company. Price: 0.00 Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price:

The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

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The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.

An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.

Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

Price: $895.00 T8588 Dominick & Haff Sterling Tea Caddy A hand hammered antique silver tea caddy by Dominick & Haff circa 1880 chased with pond associated insects and water plants. Price: $3,950.00 T8511 Gorham Mixed Metals Tea Caddy A rare and unusual hand hammered copper tea caddy with the M date letter for 1880 by the Gorham Company. Price: $350.00 Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. The set was retailed by J E Caldwell of Philadelphia and marked with style number 466. The lid with a floral finial slides sideways to open. Height 5 1/4" to the finial; width 3 3/4"; depth 2 1/8"; weight 10.1 troy oz. Price: $1,750.00 T7343 Superb English Silver Tea Caddy William Leuchars An antique sterling silver tea caddy by William Leuchars, London 1889. Magnificent cast and hand chased detail of figures from the Orient with pogodas and scrolls. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

A shop owner will usually talk about what he knows best: the retail price he'd place on the object in his shop.

,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Price:

The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

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The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.

An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.

Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

Price: $895.00 T8588 Dominick & Haff Sterling Tea Caddy A hand hammered antique silver tea caddy by Dominick & Haff circa 1880 chased with pond associated insects and water plants. Price: $3,950.00 T8511 Gorham Mixed Metals Tea Caddy A rare and unusual hand hammered copper tea caddy with the M date letter for 1880 by the Gorham Company. Price: $350.00 Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. The set was retailed by J E Caldwell of Philadelphia and marked with style number 466. The lid with a floral finial slides sideways to open. Height 5 1/4" to the finial; width 3 3/4"; depth 2 1/8"; weight 10.1 troy oz. Price: $1,750.00 T7343 Superb English Silver Tea Caddy William Leuchars An antique sterling silver tea caddy by William Leuchars, London 1889. Magnificent cast and hand chased detail of figures from the Orient with pogodas and scrolls. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

A shop owner will usually talk about what he knows best: the retail price he'd place on the object in his shop.

,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. The set was retailed by J E Caldwell of Philadelphia and marked with style number 466. The lid with a floral finial slides sideways to open. Height 5 1/4" to the finial; width 3 3/4"; depth 2 1/8"; weight 10.1 troy oz. Price:

The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

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The tea caddy is dated Nov.8th 1769 with the name Richard Brimblecombe and decorated with typical scratch blue flowers and foliage. The large size of the caddy is quite unusual as tea in the mid 18th century was a very expensive luxury and most caddies produced at the time, especially in pottery were much smaller in scale.

Dimensions: 5.50 inch high Medium: saltglaze pottery earhtenware ceramic Current Condition Some good professional restoration to hairline and chips at rim Literature: Brian Adams and Anthony Thomas " A Potwork in Devonshire" The history and products of the Bovery Tracey potteries 1750-1836. Richard Brimblecombe Carpenter of Throwleigh Devon listed in archives.

An appraisal usually involves an extensive amount of research to establish authenticity, provenance, composition, method of construction, and other important attributes of a particular object.

Opinion of value: As with all appraisals, the verbal approximations of value given at ROADSHOW events are our experts' opinions formed from their knowledge of antiques and collectibles, market trends, and other factors.

Price: $895.00 T8588 Dominick & Haff Sterling Tea Caddy A hand hammered antique silver tea caddy by Dominick & Haff circa 1880 chased with pond associated insects and water plants. Price: $3,950.00 T8511 Gorham Mixed Metals Tea Caddy A rare and unusual hand hammered copper tea caddy with the M date letter for 1880 by the Gorham Company. Price: $350.00 Mauser sterling silver spout strainer for a teapot, gold washed in the interior with a chased border and piercing on the underside for straining. Price: $1,800.00 A large unusual diamond shaped silver tea caddy by Neresheimer of Hanau in Germany marked on the lip.

The roof has engraved tiles and the pull off cap has a bird finial. Price: $1,595.00 8058 Mixed Metals Sterling Tea Caddy Unmarked but Presumably Gorham An antique sterling hammered tea caddy unmarked but presumably by Gorham and monogrammed on the base. The set was retailed by J E Caldwell of Philadelphia and marked with style number 466. The lid with a floral finial slides sideways to open. Height 5 1/4" to the finial; width 3 3/4"; depth 2 1/8"; weight 10.1 troy oz. Price: $1,750.00 T7343 Superb English Silver Tea Caddy William Leuchars An antique sterling silver tea caddy by William Leuchars, London 1889. Magnificent cast and hand chased detail of figures from the Orient with pogodas and scrolls. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

A shop owner will usually talk about what he knows best: the retail price he'd place on the object in his shop.

,750.00 T7343 Superb English Silver Tea Caddy William Leuchars An antique sterling silver tea caddy by William Leuchars, London 1889. Magnificent cast and hand chased detail of figures from the Orient with pogodas and scrolls. The prongs are inserted into the spout and the bowl swivels to catch the tea leaves.

A shop owner will usually talk about what he knows best: the retail price he'd place on the object in his shop.

" is so often "It depends." Note the date: Take note of the date the appraisal was recorded.

The caddy has its original pad feet and silver lined interior to the two compartment box.

The caddy measures 22 cms by 16 cms and is 12 cms high.

GUEST: A box, a pear box, is what I've always called it. Tea was extremely valuable during this time period, so if you had this set up on a sideboard, you didn't want anybody coming in and sort of going, "Well, I think I'll help myself to a couple of spoonfuls of tea here." And they were a terrific form-- nice, whimsical, fun form that people had. So if anybody out there is ever looking to see if they have an authentic one, look for that plug. GUEST: Well, I thought if it was worth or 0, I'd be thrilled. Current Appraised Value:

" is so often "It depends." Note the date: Take note of the date the appraisal was recorded.

The caddy has its original pad feet and silver lined interior to the two compartment box.

The caddy measures 22 cms by 16 cms and is 12 cms high.

GUEST: A box, a pear box, is what I've always called it. Tea was extremely valuable during this time period, so if you had this set up on a sideboard, you didn't want anybody coming in and sort of going, "Well, I think I'll help myself to a couple of spoonfuls of tea here." And they were a terrific form-- nice, whimsical, fun form that people had. So if anybody out there is ever looking to see if they have an authentic one, look for that plug. GUEST: Well, I thought if it was worth $80 or $100, I'd be thrilled. Current Appraised Value: $1,500 (Decreased) Executive producer Marsha Bemko shares her tips for getting the most out of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW.

APPRAISER: Okay, actually, what it is, is it's a tea caddy. APPRAISER: And this would have been made in England in the early part of the 19th century, made about 1800, 1810. APPRAISER: Well, at auction, how does $3,000 strike you? Value can change: The value of an item is dependent upon many things, including the condition of the object itself, trends in the market for that kind of object, and the location where the item will be sold.

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" is so often "It depends." Note the date: Take note of the date the appraisal was recorded.The caddy has its original pad feet and silver lined interior to the two compartment box.The caddy measures 22 cms by 16 cms and is 12 cms high.GUEST: A box, a pear box, is what I've always called it. Tea was extremely valuable during this time period, so if you had this set up on a sideboard, you didn't want anybody coming in and sort of going, "Well, I think I'll help myself to a couple of spoonfuls of tea here." And they were a terrific form-- nice, whimsical, fun form that people had. So if anybody out there is ever looking to see if they have an authentic one, look for that plug. GUEST: Well, I thought if it was worth $80 or $100, I'd be thrilled. Current Appraised Value: $1,500 (Decreased) Executive producer Marsha Bemko shares her tips for getting the most out of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW.APPRAISER: Okay, actually, what it is, is it's a tea caddy. APPRAISER: And this would have been made in England in the early part of the 19th century, made about 1800, 1810. APPRAISER: Well, at auction, how does $3,000 strike you? Value can change: The value of an item is dependent upon many things, including the condition of the object itself, trends in the market for that kind of object, and the location where the item will be sold.

,500 (Decreased) Executive producer Marsha Bemko shares her tips for getting the most out of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW.

APPRAISER: Okay, actually, what it is, is it's a tea caddy. APPRAISER: And this would have been made in England in the early part of the 19th century, made about 1800, 1810. APPRAISER: Well, at auction, how does ,000 strike you? Value can change: The value of an item is dependent upon many things, including the condition of the object itself, trends in the market for that kind of object, and the location where the item will be sold.

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