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Antique Georgian Solid Silver Chinoiserie Tea Caddies, J & J Angell, Circa 1834

Antique Georgian Solid Silver Chinoiserie Tea Caddies, J & J Angell, Circa 1834

Antique Georgian Solid Silver Chinoiserie Tea Caddies, J & J Angell, Circa 1834

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Antique 19th century Georgian exceptional Rococo style solid silver pair of tea caddies, of rectangular form, profusely embossed in the chinoiserie style, the panels depicting c-scrolls and flowers surrounding Chinese figures, lions and pagodas, hinged lid with vacant cartooches. Such chinoiserie style tea caddies became particularly popular in the mid-18th century with the Huguenot silversmiths, such as Paul de Lamerie who was greatly inspired by the exotic far east designs. Hallmarked English silver (925 standard), London, year 1834 (t), Maker's mark J.A I.A (Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angel II).

Condition
In great condition, no damage.

Size
Caddy 1
Height 12 cm
Width 10 x 8 cm
Weight 550g

Caddy 2
Height 12 cm
Width 10 x 8 cm
Weight 550g.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Price per set

Dimensions

W8.0 x H12.0 x D10.0 cm

Condition

Used

Wear condition

Excellent

Brand/manufacturer

Joseph Angell I & Joseph Angell II

Date of manufacture

1800s

Place of origin

United Kingdom

Material

Silver

Period

19th Century

Seller

VAT status

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SKU

55776535
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