19th Century Boxwood and Ebonized Base Tea Caddy, English, circa 1820

19th century boxwood and ebonized base tea caddy in the form of a flower with a dome glass panel which holds a small bouquet of dried flowers. The interior is all original with remnants of a lead lining date circa 1820.

H 6 in. x W 4 in. x D 4 in.

H 15.24 cm x W 10.16 cm x D 10.16 cm


A great size in sterling silver plate, it has a hammered design which Hukin & Heath were known for. The pair of wild Boar tooth handles enhance the overall beauty and quality.

Origin England, circa 1910

L: 26” (Including handles: 30 1/4”)

D: 20”

H: 2 1/2”

Established in Birmingham in 1855 by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath, the firm of Hukin & Heath were manufacturing silversmiths and electroplaters. They registered their first hallmark at the Birmingham Assay Office in 1879, followed by their first London mark in 1879.

Large Early 20th Century Hammered Silver Plated Tray by Hukin & Heath

SKU: SR0138

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